The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Jewish Floridian
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13 v. : ill. ;
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English
Publisher:
Fred Shochet
Place of Publication:
Hollywood, Fla

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hollywood (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Broward County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Broward -- Hollywood

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 13, 1970)-v. 13, no. 22 (Oct. 28, 1983).
Numbering Peculiarities:
Numbering in masthead and publisher's statements conflict: Dec. 24, 1971 called no. 3 in masthead and no. 4 in publisher's statement; July 21, 1972 called no. 19 in masthead and no. 18 in publisher's statement; Aug. 3, 1972 called no. 19 in masthead and no. 18 in publisher's statement; Feb. 2, 1972 called no. 2 in masthead and no. 3 in publisher's statement; Apr. 26, 1974 called no. 9 in masthead and no. 8 in publisher's statement; Aug. 2, 1974 called no. 5 in masthead and no. 15 in publisher's statement.
Numbering Peculiarities:
Issues for Aug. 4, 1972 called also v. 2, no. 19, and May 10, 1974 called also v. 4, no. 9, repeating numbering of previous issues.

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ami SIIOFAK OF 4.IKI VI I It HOLLYWOOD
Llume 2 Number 21
Hollywood, Florida September 1, 1972
Two Sections
Price 20 cents
4 Of federation's Top Leaders
Participate In Special Mission
four of the top echelon of
sater Hollywood Jewish Wei-
Federation leaders were
|ong the selective group of
Ash community leaders from
roughout the United States
rticipating in a special rrds-
kn to Israel last week at the
Vitation of Israel's Prime Min-
?r.
Traveling In an El Al jumbo
brought to this country espe-
^lly to transport these leaders
re Dr. Norman Atkin, cam-
Ign chairman for 1972 and
ksident-elect of Federation;
trbert Katz, recently elected
J3 campaign chairman; Wil-
m D. Horvitz, honorary presi-
jt for life of Federation and
srt N. Kerbel, executive di-
Itor.
'rimary purpose of the four-
mission was to inform the
idership of key cities through-
the United States of condi-
ns in Israel today and their
welfare needs for the future.
The trip was scheduled just
prior to the opening of Federa-
tion's 1973 campaign so that
campaign leaders and other in-
fluential men in the communi-
ties would have first-hand in-
formation to use in their fund-
raising efforts.
This marked the first time
that Hollywood has been invited
to participate in such a mission.
T7>e local Federation's inclusion
is directly attributable to the
fact that their 1972 campaign
reached the million-dollar mark,
thus placing Hollywood in the
category of the more important
communities of the nation.
During what amounted to 24-
hour working days for the tour-
ing leadership, they met with
MH : i ..I .,lut f.
'Salute To Israel' Kicks Off
25th Anniversary Celebration
Representatives from all the Jewish organizations in Greater
lollywood will act as hosts and hostesses at the Salute to Israel
venlng program at 8 pxn. Tuesday at Temple Beth El. The
fcrogram. which will be the kick-off event in the year long
American celebration of Israel's 25th anniversary, is being spon-
ored by the Isral Government Tourist Office, El El Israel
kirlines, Eastern Airlines and foreign tours. The local sponsors
kre Jewish Welfare Federation and the Jewish Community Rela-
tions Council.
Coming to Hollywood specifically to participate in the eve-
ning's activities will be Mrs. Ruth Dayan, ex-wife of Defense
linister Moshe Dayan. She will bring greetings from Israel and
kill describe conditions there today. Mrs. Dayan, president of
laskit, has been instrumental in developing and organizing the
Jrts and crafts industry in Israel which has been a large factor
helping to reduce the country's balance off payments deficit.
Jacob Goren, director of the Southern region for the Israel
povernment Tourist Office, will also participate in the program,
native Israeli he has lived in Atlanta, Ga., for the past three
ears. Mike Burstein, one of Israel's outstanding stage and
creen stars, who is currently making a tour of the United
Jtates with his musical group, will interrupt his tour to come
Hollywood to entertain the gathering.
Prior to the evening's entertainment, a small dinner will be
|lven for the visiting celebrities. Attending will be Jesse J.
lartin, president of Jewish Welfare Federation; Joseph Mei-
n, president of Jewish Community Relations Council; Robert
erbel, executive director of Jewish Welfare Federation; Ronald
I. Treshan, administrative associate of Jewish Welfare Federa-
jion, and the coohairman of the evening's program, Mrs. Edward
[.ight. Women's American ORT; Mrs. Frances Briefer, Hadassah,
Mrs. Alan Jacobs, Hollywood Section of National Council of
Jewish Women.
A gala reception, by invitation only, will follow the program,
lis reception, hosted by Mr. Martin and Mr. Kleiman, will fete
visiting dignitaries and local representatives of the major
Jewish organiations.
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Prime Minister Golda Meir,
Foreign Minister Abba Kban.
Finance Minister Pinhas Sapir,
Defense Minister Moshe Dayan
and Louis Pincus, executive vice
president of the Jewish Agency.
Each of these top decision mak-
ers of Israel gave the Americans
Americans a picture of their
country's needs from a different
viewpoint.
Syrian Jews Gaining
Minor Relaxations
By Special Report
NEW YORK The new Syrian
regime of President Hafez al-As-
sad may be willing to improve con-
ditions slightly for the 4,500 Jews
living in the country, according to
Jacob Stein, chairman of the Con-
ference of presidents of Major
American Jewish Organizations.
Sounding what he termed "a
cautious note of hope," Mr. Stein
said that those "minute changes"
apply only to internal conditions,
and that he sees little encourage-
ment regarding Syrian Jewish
emigration.
He deplored "the discriminatory
provisions in Syrian laws prevent-
ing the right to emigrate. In many
case* this has prevented the re-
unification of families."
The head of the umbrella agency
representing 25 major American
Jewish religious and civic groups
based his views on private
meetings with diplomatic missions,
a relaxing of a few harsh restric-
tions Imposed upon Syrian Jewt
and a desire bv the al-Assad re-
gime to improve its image in the
West.
Mr. Stein cited these reasons for
improved conditions:
While internal travel permits are
still required for Jews, they are
easier to obtain.
Jews are no longer restricted to
travel within a three-mile zone
limit.
The Jewish community has been
given a promise that compensation
will be awarded for a destroyed
cemetery.
Syrian authorities appear re-
sponsive to Western criticism since
recent publications, printed in
English, stress the positive side of
Jewish life.
Arab Terrorists Arrested
In Bombing Of El Al 707
By Special Report
ROMETwo Arab terrorists
who had been posing as Iranian
tourists were arrested here on
Aug. 20 ana charged with at-
tempting to imw up an El AI
jetliner with 149 persons aboard.
The two men, Ahmed Zaid, 32,
of Baghdad, and Ali Hasham, 29.
of Amman, were accused of giv-
ing a booby-trapped phonograph
to two young English girls as
they were departing for Tel
Aviv. The record player, with
the explosive device hidden in it
slipped through the stringent
checks imposed after the Lod
Airport massacre.
The homb went off 10 minute*
after the Boeing 707 departed
from Rome's airport; the craft
was at an altitude of 14,000 feet.
The interior of the baggage
compartment w.s badly dam-
aeed b- the blast, but the plane
was able to make an emergency
landing at Rome's Fiumicino
Airport.
No one was seriously injured
in the incident, but four persons
sustained slight burns. All the
passengers except the two girls
continued their journey later
the same day.
Ruth Watkin of Newcastle
and Audrey Walton of Middles-
borough, both 18, told police
they met the Arabs the day
after they arrived in Rome, and
the men had wined and dined
them in the best restaurants and
nlclit club*. "They were kind
and had lota of money," they
said.
The girls admitted that when
El Al employees had asked if
they received any gifts during
their stay they had replied in
the negative.
Mosque Bomb Report Denied
JERUSALEM (JTA) Aharon Shlous. police commander of
the southern district, has denied a report that an unindentified per-
son had tried to bomb the El-Aksa masque last month. He said
that a bottle full of kerosone had been found at another mosque,
the 1-Omar, not the El-Aska at that time but that it had been
left there by a mosque worker on the request of one of the Moslem
religious leaders. He called the reports of explosives being found in
the mosque "nonsense."
1st Drive-In Movie Opens In October
TEL AVIV (JTA) Israel's first drive-in movie house will
open in mid-Or"tber with room for 960 cars, local officials announced
Monday. The anve-in will be located north of the Tel Aviv Exhibi-
tion Gardens and will feature a self-service restaurant. A group of
foreign and Israeli businessmen have invested in the enterprise:
prices for admission will be similar to already existing prices at
regular movie houses.
Fishing Resumed On Jordan River
TEL AVIV (JTA) For the first time in years, Israeli fisher-
men are again fishing in small boats on the Jordan River between
Gesher and Kfar Ruppin settlements in the Beisan Valley. Officials
report that the area is quiet and that Arabs on the other side of the
river wave and greet the Israelis in the boats. In the past, the area
had been attacked constantly, and cultivation of the land was al-
most impossible.
Demonstrators Protest 'Partiality'
TEL AVIV (WNS1 Several hundred protesters demonstrated
in Tel Aviv's Dizengoff Square against what their leaders called the
government's preoccupation with Soviet Jews to the detriment of
the needs of earlier settled Oriental Jews. The protest was con-
ducted without incident under sponsorship of the Blue and White
Panthers, a splinter group which broke away from Israel's Black
Panthers.
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fjenisti Fk>rktiari and Shofar of Hollywood
Friday, September 1. 1972
The Old Year Ends...
And A New One Begins
By
tAMN HARM B. s< IIWAKT7.
llnlhrnlrT" lawM tnii.-r
i ine can noi face th- approach
Now Yi-;u without a humble
n- ot ThanhaRhina t<> eur mer-
tor having kepi ui
i life in the pact year.
The lamrmoM prayar <>' oar.
rts ai such a lime is the tra-
tiooal supplication. "Techleh
nali VKillesche." May the old
ai with ;is disappointments,
ustrations, sorrows and griefs
i .< and all mankind with new
oestngs, holies, fulfillments.
Our oatendar is mi ii consider-1
ie Ni> matter how dull life has
ec me. no matter how it has
.ii* n short our ho|>s and ax-
ectaUoaa, il furnishes us annually
itli a fresh start. We face now
lallenges, new choices, new
CUUWSS of action.
We neel Insight, wisdom and
charity of vision. We used taith
tii ourselves and our capacities to
change and nuasave. Above all are
need laith m a Power greater than
..ifl selves to help us steer our ship
of siato steadily and safel) in the
BCXt twelve months.
in one reaped particularly we
need God's guidance today more
than ever not to be deluded by
deceptive goals, or false appeals;
nor t" be detoured Into dead ends.
May we then in the Now Ye.u
5733 as citizens and as Jews so
plan, so regulate and so direct our
lues that they find form in the
Sight Of God and in the eyos ..!
man.
A Rood and healthful and peace*
tm New Year to all our co-
religionists and Christian neigh-
bors.
Or. Morton Malavskv Makes
Two Television Appearances
Dr. Morion Malavsky. spiritual
leader of Temple Bath Shalom.'
Hollywood, made two appearances
on television Sunday, His first was
on the Jewish Worship Hour on
Ch. 10. Where he was assisted by '
Cantor Irving Gold chanting the
liturgy,
Ho l;ii.i appeared -Ott. Ovm. oi.
the "Still Small Voice," where l*'
was the moderator on a panel
show Pan. lists were his daughter
Judy, who recently returned from
n year's study at tlie Hebrew Uni-1
versity in Jerusalem ami Robert
N KarbeL executive director of
Jewish Welfare Federation of Hoi- '
Ivwood.
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Rabbi Lehrman Guest Speaker At
Zionist District Installation Event
The Broward Zionist District
announces that Dr. Irving Lehr-
nran, spiritual leader of Temple
Kmanu-El of Miami Beach since
1943, will be the guest speaker at
its dinner-installation meeting at
the Reef Restaurant in Fort Lau-
d.-idale Tuesday evening, Sept. 26.
Dr. Lehrman is national vice-
president of the ZOA and presi-
dent of the Synagogue Council of
America. He is also immediate
past chairman of the UJA Nat-
ional Rabbinic Advisory Council
and a member of the Executive
Committee of United Jewish Ap-
peal. He recently made his 26th
trip to Israel, for the purpose
of attending the convention of
ZOA held there.
Peter Bluesten of Hallandale, an
organizer of the Hallandale Jew-
Ish Center and its first president,
v. ill be the master of ceremonies.
Mr. Bluesten, the publisher of the
Hallandale Digest, is a former
state commander of the Jewish
War Veterans and was recently
npixrinted to the Hallandale Hu-
man Rights Committee.
Rabbi David Shapiro, spiritual
leader of Temple Sinai of Holly-
wood and former President of the
South East region of the ZOA,
will be the installing officer. He
will administer the oath of office
to Sam J. Perry, president; Mel
Reiser, vice president public rela-
tions; Rose Perry, vice president
membership; Isadore Goldberg,
on responding secretary and David
M. Harris, treasurer.
The BfcW members of the board
o[ governors include Joseph Baum,
Leo Beer, Sam Bernstein, Peter
l.luesten, Sidney Burkholz, Paul
Cohen, Dr. Alvin Colin, Sol
Cooper, Louis Garber, Nathan
Greenberg, Harry Indich, Abra-
ham Karlin, Morris Kristal,
Charles Pierson, Jack Shapiro,
Max Sloane, Joseph Vernick, Os-
car WachteL Nat Widlitz and Abe
Zirn.
Also participating in the pro-
gram will be Rabbi Avrom Drazin,
Temple Israel of Miramar; Rabbi
Robert Frazin, Temple Solel; Dr.
Samuel Z. Jaffe. Temple Beth El
and Dr. Morton Malavsky, Temple
Beth Shalom.
The musical program has been
arranged by Cantor Yehuda Heil-
braun of Temple Sinai with Dr.
Alvin Colin of Fort Lauderdale
participating.
Sam J. Perry will be installed
for his tenth year as president of
the Broward Zionist District. This
will be the first dinner installation
in five years, and it is expected
that representatives of all temples
and many organizations will be
present to hear Mayor David
Keating of Hollywood present
greetings from the City of Holly-
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."oliime 2
Friday, September 1, 1972
Number 21
22 ELUL 5732
Message Is To Each Indvidual
The new yecr which Jews all over the world began to
i -te: :n tonight the year 5733 of our tradition is also
the 23th year of the rebirth of Israel, giving added sign.fi-
c ince and dimension to the 10-day period known as the
[ ays of Reverence.
Unlike most of the holidays on our distinctive calendar,
neither Rosh Hashanah nor Yom Kippur which follows are
ted to ony historical event in the life of the people of
I reel. The message ;s to each person as an individual
requiring a search of his. inner self, and his relationships
v ith others. In this sense, the silver anniversary of the
r.irac'.e which gave us back the land of our fathers must
provide each of us with the insight to understand our-
i -rives as Jews and also the depth of our commitment to
car people wherever they may live.
The beginning cf our new year is a time for family.
: r joy. We wish this to all our readers and to all Jewry in
: is year and in the years to come.
Policy Change Is Surprising
Despite the support of two national Orthodox groups,
majority Jewish opinion continues to oppose the latest
n dv.3 to prov;d? federal financial assistance to parochial
OiS.
-rosed by th* powerful Rep. Wilbur Mills and sup-
: ':: the me by the Nixon administration, the
ion would grant income tax credits of S200 for each
enrolled In a private school
The besic issue remains no matter what form the latest
propoeal takes and it is on the issue of adherence to the
dtunonal principle separating church and state that
r.-.ost Jewish groups, joined by leading Protestant denomi-
i ations. maintain their continued opposition.
Presidential year politics being what they are. it is
s ill surprising that the administration has changed its
stand of general opposition to the practice of tax credits.
And. while the budget director of the U.S. Treasury has
endorsed the idea, he provided the opposition with addi-
t.onal ammuntion. The effect cf the Mills bill would be,
Casper Weinberger pointed out. to reduce federal tax
revenues by S750 million a year The government, he said,
could not afford the educational program over the next
J.ve years unless "some major reductions are made in
existing programs." In other words, the public schools
would suffer.
We have long supported the Jewish day school pro-
gram as an important factor in the development of Jewish
scholars and committed Jews. The financial under-pinning
for these schools must come from the parents and the Jew-
i h community which, in recent years, has become aware
c: its responsibility.
Soviet Extortion Disappointing
If agreement was reached at the Moscow summit to
.: Jews to leave the Soviet Union, it is now becoming
parent that a high price was set.
According to the New York Times, the Russian authori-
's have begun a new system of heavy exit fees ranging
S3.000 to S25.000 for educated Jews who want to
tor Isrcel The old general fee was about SI.000.
ged for the costs of state-financed education, which is
trendy the excuse for the new fee.
While this latest example of Soviet extortion is a dis-
ent. the world continues to be inspired by the
' Mirage of Russian Jewish intellectuals and scientists. In
openly charging that they axe in danger of "becoming a
r.ew category of human beings the slaves of the 20th
century as the result of Soviet policy in denying them
their rights, they are giving the world another new insight
' i Communist inhumanity.
WASHING! A- I '
.lay the ewtjook !"i Sen p
n is .-n worse than any-
.in.' dared to say in
I Int.
nil- I- luminary of the
situation arrived at with great
lancy. Any rcftortei on holi-
v. hat looki edible in the
in tin- v
since the Democrat*- conven-
tion the stories al o it
the plight ol S n. McGovern
havi eaJi every
known i ei U an pol
('an it real.;.- be anything like
what is bi I?" This was
the !.. ; ition thi rei
in get an answer to, on go-
ing to work again. And the ans-
la that the 23'. lead given
to President N.\on by the Louis
Harris poll may well !* an un-
derestimate of Sen. McGovern'i
Hit unhappy situation.
TAKE Minnesota, for is-
one cans to count. Minnesota
has only ones given a majority
to a Republican presidential
canrttoeti :n 1966 to President
Kisenhowever. It is one of the
two or three most strongly and
r.liably Democratic states north
of the Mason-Dixon Hike, in fact.
During the mess over the un-
fortunate Sen. Thomas Eagle-
ton. the Minnesota poll found
that the state's voters were
58*? for Mr. Nixon, only 31'.
for Sen. McGovern and the rest
undecided. This blockbuster
aent Sen. Walter F. Mondale
scurrying to an independent nol-
ir. Whereupon, according to re-
port, the private oj>erative gave
the .senator a finding just about
at bad as the public poll.
MINVKSOTA, to be sure.
be b ipei ial case. It Is the
state where the people in Sen.
McOovrrn'* preeonvenf ion M -
sjanization charged int"> the
party*! state convention and
took over with a vim. Having
taken over, they then wrote a
eratii -farmer-labor plat-
form endorsing total amn
reft d i
free ma i egalized

Nat irally nelthei Sen. Mon-
dale nor Gov. Wendell Ander-
son ewer had the faintest inten-
tion ol standing for re-election
on their own party1! official
platform. But now the pol-
len have told their, both that
their part) 's pre-. I indl-
date is almost a- Ug a i>t of
poison as the platform writ!
by the Minnesota McGovern-
back)
IF vnr rsi: the pollen to
cheek the pollen, moreover, you
find just the same kind of thing
hapjiening in many of the more
Democratic Northern states. In
many respects, the most inter-
esting poHen are those used by
local poUtieians to test the local
temperature in the manner of
the man whom Sen. Mondale
went to. They do not deal
in national averages. They deal
in state situations because that
is their business.
You cannot get |>ercentages
out of them as you can. for in
stance, from the Minnesota poll.
The percentages are for their
clients. Yet the Democratic hor-
ror stories they are finding are
so extreme that they are calling
one another in alarm. They
want to see whether their ri-
vals" results us u lurid ai then
own.
IF voi THEN turn to oM
fi lends among the local Di
i retfc politicians, the sjoi; s
again ifVe' same. Vint' wit
added twist In brief, the thing!
the iwrty regulars say about
Sen McGoverrrs alleged effort
to patch things up with t|le
party regulars do not bear re-
peating ;n a family newspaper.
Nor is this sarprking, I) you
ilder the senator's
usn to his announci
that he would soon seek :
with Mayot Richard Dali
('n.i i
Some people with |
skin." he adde.l sweell.
going to be offended bj th it
<;ivf\ Tilt; McGcai : ad-
dendum, Mayor Daley is sun to
prove one of these "people with
tender skin." Furthermore, the
ticfana and the pollen
by no means the end <:
irtsiy itory. Intensive In-
quiry, m itate after state, has
failed to uncover a single local
Democratic candidate ol any
significance who is runnin
an avowed McGovern enthusi-
ast.
Not just in the South, but al.
over the country, the Demo | |U
w b > are up this year are bt-.ng
deluged with advice, as S r.
Mondale has been delug(sl. to
put the gieatest possible dis-
tance between themselves and
the national ticket.
MOST ARK likely to take
that advice. That is always un-
helpful in itself. This year, it
will also make bitter trouble
between the local Democratic
candidates and the fBung sea-
lots Of Sen. Governs \-
organizataen.
Sucn is the ntetue. as of to-
day. But one must of coil
phasize that "as of toda>

Parf IV The fro$ Revolutions
What Happened To The Revolution?
(EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the
fourth in a series of five articles.)
NEW YORK, N.Y. What has
hap|>ened to the revolutions that
nave raged around sexuality, mar-
riage, morals and the social role ;
ol women?
This is the area of American !
life where power, class and race
count for relatively little, and
where the strongest drive is to- ,
ward pleasure and happiness, and I
toward a freer emotional expres- ;
siveness. It is also the area in
which people have been most
deeply shaken up by the convul- ,
slve changes of the last decade.
MANY HAVK felt the pillars '
of the temple being torn asunder.
A.s they have watched the changes
in i>ornography, in the break-}
ing of sexual codes, in "swinging"
group sex. in the sexual permis- '
siveness of film, theater and '
books, in public sexual exhibitions. '
in the sexual experimenting In'
communes and in the attacks on
the nuclear family -- they have
liecomc convinced that the age of
erotic breakthroughs has also be-
come the age of decadence and of
-.'m ial dissolution.
This is. I suspect, too pessimist-
ic a judgment.
IT is TKFK that a society
whose moral codes are dissolved.
along with the religious belief
that gave them a base, is a society
whose cement Is likely to crumble. '
ii the erotic revolutions were only
what they seemed for a time to!
be a search for new sensations
by a de> lie.ing gen-
Uon then the darker view
would be justified.
Hut there are signs that this
phase of a deadened, lepetJtlve,
hanii al sexuality is waning.
There are also signs that the
breaking of old codes and beliets
has been a necessary clearing of
the ground in the search for new
codes and for new beliefs to base
them on.
KKON II \s a double thrust
one in the direction of love as
pleasure, the other in the direc-
tion of love as the basil of hap-
piness. Americans have been in
put suit of happiness ever since
Jefferson proclaimed it. in the
Declaration of Indei>endence, as
a natural right.
In the Puritan generations, they
felt too locked in to assert the
primacy of sexual pleasre as an
instinctual goal. In the "50s. the
Kinsey era, there was a breaking
of this crust of repression, 'n the
'60s, the Masters-Johnson era. the
breakthrough was carried further.
BIT IN BOTH decades, the
hope was never tost that greater
sexual freedom would lead to
greater happiness. The most
damning thing one can say about
American society, from the Amer-
ican view|Mint. is that it is an un-
happy society. Just as the effort
in Freud was to hold together the
frame of Viennese enlightenment,
so the effort in the last two Amer-
ican decades has been to redis-
cover the lost American happiness.
There is considerable truth in
the conclusion of Arno Karlen's
massive survey "Sexuality and
Homosexuality: A New View"
i Norton i that -the imjiortant
revolution of our time is not in
sexual behavior but in the sdenti-
iic study of sex." The behavior it-
self has probably changed more
thin li. is willing to admit. But
the focusil ; attention
on sexuality, and the resulting
oi attitudes, has been more
iai -reaching.
THE ( BANGED attitudes in-
volve a new rjerceptlon of what is
normal" and what is abnormal"
and "perverse'' in sexuality i
more tolerant view ol homosexu-
ality and lesbianism, a great ei
sexual freedom among young |eo-
ple. a willingness to recognize
partnership without as well as
within marriage and a new con-
sciousness among women about
th ir role in the partnership.
I suggest, however, that I -'
new attitudes would not be ac-
01 pted if it were not for the
ly American view that paopli
have the right to find their own
happiness in their own way. Olten.
we stretch this too far. since s ime
search for it in damned foolish
I ways 11 think of the hard drugs'
i that hurt themselves and the soc-
' iety, too. But the principle re-
mains, and Americans are stuck
with it.
IT IS THIS view, rather than
, some form of self-punisnment,
] that makes so many Americans
j males not only accept but em-
! brace the American woman's drive
to be liberated from every form
of dependence, her assertion of
her new self-image whether in
business or lovemaking, in the
I board room or the bedroom.
If today's angry young women
are the product of their repressed
and enraged mothers, perhaps
i if they can be happier and more
expressive -- their daughters may
turn out to be less angry.
MY III N< II is that another
movement may have to come in
to help the process that of
growth centers in the human po-
. t. ntiais movement. With
groui>--nfroriTation ses ions '
all an t 'group therapy. its
mind-body exploration, its stress
"ii leaning to relate and k
ly, th movement is roughl) OIUJ
a decade old. I suspect that m
time it will strengthen, rather
than dissolve, th. basic 'inulv
unit, in one form or anotlv
What is most hopeful aliout R
Is that it reaches beyond happi-
iii- nl s. xuality to the whole
person which is to say. "
rea has lieyond Eros to ethos, bo-
ld the pleasure principl*\u
that of value and meaning in
life
NEXT: What happened to tha
New Culture? .
Kin Mill. 1 Anaelen T1m-


i r.day. September 1. 1072
VJfrWislh Ikridftarr! and Shofar of Hollywood
Page 5-A
B'nai B'rith College
Begins Its Second Year
B'nai li'rith CoIIcko. considered
no of the fin < .is undertaken by a B'nai IJ'rlth
..nit in many years, will start its
second year of oration Wcttncs-
iy. Oct. 18, it has been an-
nounced.
Class sessions, which he^in at
7:43 i>.m., will be held in the new-
North Miami Beach Senior
High School Oct. 18 and 25,
Nov. 13. 22 and 29, and Dec.
13 and 20, and are primarily for
lien wishing to learn about B'nai
B'rlth, the largest Jewish service
irganization in the world. Tho
college, which is sponsored by the
council, has received acclaim from
the Supreme Lodge; similar col-
'_(* arc iK'ing oi'Kani/.cd through-
BBW Council To
Hold New Year's
Party at Hospital
The Broward-North Dade Coun-
c.l of B'nai B'rith Women will
< nmmemorate the New Year for
the patients at the South Florida
Slate Hospital with a special party
in the chaiiel Sept. 11, at 7 p.m.
The Council s'xinsor.s Jewish
Festival parties to celebrate the
various holidays throughout the
year at the hospital. The activity
is under the chairmanship of Mrs.
Nathan Kaplan of the HoII.nw.xmI
Chapter. Mrs. Kitty Baumoho] of
the Sunshine Chapter is < <>-
hairman. Chapter sponsors of the
New Year's party will be Holly-
wood, Sunshine and Aviva.
Habbi David Shapiro, spiritual
leader of Temple Sinai and a rep-
i sentative of the Broward Board
of Rabbis, will officiate at the
services, which will be followed by
.n array of traditional foods in
keeping with the holiday.
out the world, it was reported.
The faculty includes Judge Mil-
ton A. Friedman, history of B'nai
, B'rith; Bert Brown, president of
! the Florida State Association of
' B'nai B'rith, structure; Jack
; Kirschbatim. membership: Alfred
, Golden, public shaking; Ted Sak-
t owitz, B'nai B'rith agencies; Judge
Howard Neu, leadership; Joseph
[ Perlstein, retention; Alan Wilson.
! duties of the financial secretary;
Harry Gurland. treasurers; Jack
Solot. publicity and lodge bulle-
tins; Maurice Mahlman, com-
munity relations.
Joseph Mendres is college sec-
re tary; registrar*] are Sol Kenner
1 and Larry stair; oonsultanta in-
clude Henry Howard. Jack R.
Gllck, Samuel Pascoe, Jack
, Brown. -Malcolm F r o in b e r g;
1 trustees are Herman Nudelman.
Hal Blitman, Julie Pccilich. The
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*-JmistncrHar and Shofar of HoUywood
Friday. September 1, lw
We Need To Take Spiritual Inventory
B> DR. MORTON MALAVSKY
Trmplf B-t h <"lHi
As we approa<* The year 5733
and traditionally we pre;\are to
congregate in our respective
houses of worsh.p to offer prayer
and suppljffUoa. it rrighx
worthwhile to pause and look into
the concept of the Hih Holy
Days.
It has become a recognized
practice for business establish-
ments to have periodic stock-tak-
ing. At that time, the bus.ness
man surveys h;s goods and wares
with a proper valuation of his pos-
sessions. He also examines his
ledger of debits and credits and
draws a profit and loss statement.
The High Holy Days spirit and
atmosphere calls for a similar
stock taking of our lives not
of material but of thought, con-
duct, motive and spiritual growth.
To do this properly, the scrutiny
will depend on each person's make
up. By understanding ourselves
(bspassionately. the spiritual tn-
can become somewhat
more meaningful.
When asking ourselves ques-
tions, may I suggest that the fol-
lowing be included: How have I
lived in the past year? Have my
actions been justifiable? Is my
community any better, any richer
because I live in it? Have I con-
tributed towards the making of a
better society and a better world?
This, dear friends, can be a
start .n the preparation of a good
profit and loss statement" spi-
ritually, especially in view- of the
fact that we must recognize the
fact that there is so much room
for improvement.
But then, fortunately, we have
a new year coming wherein re-
solutions can and should be made
... mistakes of the past year can
be lettlfied errors can be cor-
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and patterns can and should be
developed and followed
I do hope that the new year
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recognize the need and certainly
the possibility of the practice of
brotherhood, community aware-
ness, family devotion, social and
religious allegiance, cognizance
and dedication to Israel, desire for
improvement in our lives and
then, shall it really be a happy
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Friday, September 1, 1972
'JewistiHerJdSaun and Shofar 61 Hollywood
Page 7-A
We Look Forward
On Eve Of 5733
By JESSE .1. MARTIN
l-rr*l Jrwtoh Welfare Federation
On the eve of the New Year, we
of Federation look forward with
anticipation and excitement to
what will be the simultaneous
celebration of the 30th year of
Hollywood's Jewish Welfare Fed-
eration and the 25th anniversary
>1 the State of Israel.
Our Federation is one of the
few whose history has almost en-
tirely been involved with the State
of Israel, for our birth was only
a few years prior to its creation;
so it is appropriate that we have
joint celebrations. The strides we
have made have been exhilarating
and exciting this past year but to
many of us they only lead the way
to the many plans and hopes we
have for the future.
Starting off our list of accom-
plishments, we would have to head
it with people not things
because it takes people to make
things happen and in the arrival
ol our new executive director,
Robert Kcrbcl, we have at the
helm of Federation a person who
has made things happen, and who,
in the short time of his residence
in Hollywood has shown his in-
terest and his dedication to our
Jewish community. It is with an-
ticipation then that we look for-
ward to the future of his leader-
ship and the fulfillment of the
many programs he has set forth
to make this a more viable Jewish
community.
These programs have brought to
the Jewish women of the com-
munity information and knowledge
in many different areas of Jewish
life and Jewish welfare needs. The
most exerting of their programs
was one railed Awareness Through
Images. Almost 200 women gath-
ered carry-one meminp and
watched a film whfch showed the
role a woman could play in help-
ing others less fortunate than
they.
This same group of women also
inaugurated their own parlor
meetings and always with a pro-
gram of educational import form-
ing a portion of the meeting. For
the coming year, they have
planned an even more extensive
program of meetings and the plans
are exciting ones.
At the same time, the Young
Leaders Council of JWF continued
with their extremely instructive
and successful monthly meetings.
Three of their programs were de-
voted to Israel's past, present and
future, with experts on the subject
addressing the young men.
Some of the other programs
were given over to the many local
interests of the Jewish community.
All were in line with the purpose
of the Young Leaders, which is to
develop leadership. They, too, have
planned an exciting and stimulat-
ing schedule for next year.
An even younger group are the
happy campers at Camp Ka-Dee-
Mah. In this, its sixth year, we
it Federation can point with pride
to the fact that its enrollment was
'he largest ever and the program
was more extensive than ever.
This camp has found a fine place
for itself in our community and
will continue to do so.
In any review of Federation
sponsored activities, I can not
think of anything that has given
us at Federation more satisfaction
than our Jewish Family Service.
This agency has once again
showed its tremendous importance
to the community by reporting the
successful handling of the largest
case load ever.
Among the new ventures for the
younger element in our commun-
ity, Federation has fostered the
birth of the Jewish Youth Council.
This Council is planned to co-
ordinate the programs of the
youth grouixs in the area and to
implement them when necessary.
It does not duplicate any of the
programs of the existing youth
groups and its Advisory Commit-
tee includes representatives from
the various youth organizations.
This Council also has been
planned to provide a "meeting
ground" for the many unaffiliated
Jewish youth in the area. Its plans
lor the coming year include wel-
fare work on a volunteer basis for
the youngsters, athletic events,
social events and fund raising
events organized by the young
people with the results of their
efforts being donated to worth-
while causes.
Another important undertaking
for us at Federation and also for
the young people is a program of
Judaica for students past Bar
Mitzvah age. The need for this
program was realized as a result
of an informal study conducted by
a sub-committee of the Local Al-
locations Committee of Greater
Hollywood's Jewish Welfare Fed-
eration, the Commission on Jew-
ish Education and a group of local
fading Jewish educators.
An additional step was taken by
Federation when during this past
year the Jewish Community Re-
lations Council became an arm of
JWF, with their representatives
sitting on the executive committee
of Federation and JWF repre-
sentatives sitting on the board of
J.C.R.C.
The Council was born locally
several years ago, and we partici-
pated in its formation and looked
forward to its growth. Its purpose
is to coordinate the" work of the
various local Jewish organizations
and its value was shown this year
with the successful coordination of
the various activities concerning
Soviet Solidarity Day.
This coming year they will be
active in coordinating the activi-
ties and celebrations planned for
the 25th Anniversary of Israel.
The first of these will take place
Tuesday, Sept. 5, at Temple Beth
El, when they will have a "Salute
to Israel" evening.
All in all, as great as our pride
is In the many things we have
accomplished in the year gone by,
as all worthwhile organizations
must, we set our sights on the
years ahead with the hope that we
will continue to contribute to our
ever growing Jewish community.
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Advent of New Year
Is Sober Reminder
Of Time's Passage
By DR. SAMUEL 2. JAFFE
Temple Betti Kl. Holl> wood
Pr. Jaffo 1h president of th Brown rd
Hnard of Kahhi* well an the
Klilrltual leader of Temple BeU) Kl.
Hollywood.
The advent of the New Year is
for us a sober reminder of the
quick and relentless passage of
time. Still in the doldrums of all
that has transpired in our world
during the last 12 months, which
has so often taxed our credulity
and traumatized our emotions, we
find ourselves already on the
threshhold of another year.
Indeed, the future is thrust
upon us before we have been able
to assimilate the events of the
l>ast, and comprehend their impact
upon our lives. How apt are the
words of the Prayer Book: "Day
follows day in endless succession
and the years vanish."
Our High Holy Days come at
this juncture as a welcome en-
croachment upon our troubled
spirits. They provide an opportun-
ity for reflection and renewal.
And reflect upon the past, we
must, if we are to discover new
direction and guidelines for the
future.
During the past year, we have
lived through many agonizing
hours for our nation, Israel, and
mankind. It has been a year of
grave concern. We have exper-
ienced repeated crisis, both at
home and abroad. We have been
witness to the eruption of vio-
lence and bloodshed, often the re-
sult of long-seething social and
political inequities and pent-up
racial and religious hostilities. We
have seen the machinations of the
sick in mind and spirit.
All of this has left us in a state
of emotional disanay, disoriented,
apprehensive and fearful as to
what the morrow will bring. We
are. as it were, caught in a mael-
strom and have lost our mooring.
Small wonder that so many have
drifted into the vortex of cynicism
and despair.
Our prevailing moral climate
has lent impetus to those who
would seek escape from life's real-
ities and its challenges by turning
to the new religious cults now in
vogue: the "Jesus Freaks", mysti-
cism, transcendentalism and oc-
cultism.
The thrust of Judaism, however,
is in terms of the here and now.
While it does not deny the depth
of evil in our world, it would con-
demn the sin not the sinner. It
promises "no pie in the sky by
and by," but admonishes us to
assume our responsibilities in
righting the wrongs of society.
Amidst the confusion and dis-
illusionment, R o s h Hashanah
sounds its buoyant optimistic
note. It underscores the theme of
hope and light. It is Judaism's
antidote to despair and defeatism,
to the darkness which engulfs us.
It reminds us of the eternal pos-
sibility of personal and collective
renewal. It declares to us that
there is a purpose and pattern to
all human striving.
The New Year enjoins us to say
"yes" to life and "yes" to the
future. It calls for strong resolu-
tion on our part, not to admit to
defeatism nor resign from the
struggle, but rather to marshall
our inner resources and utilize our
God-given wisdom, talents and
skills, to find moral equivalents
to the ills which so sorely afflict
society and pollute the human
spirit.
We Jews have survived the
vicissitudes of history because we
have not lost the hope of building
a better society and of witnessing
a new dawn.
The New Year, 5733, adds up to
18. That number in Hebrew spells
CHAI, or LIFE. May it serve as
an omen and harbinger for a year
of life and blessings for us and
for all mankind.
This is my prayer, as I and my
dear ones wish you and yours a
"Shonah Tovah," a good year, a
year of health, fulfillment and
peace.
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OF GREATER HOLLYWOOD
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*Je*i& fkrkHain and Shofar of Hollywood
Friday. September 1, {975
Fri.
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G. : a haircut!" must i>e Ladybrd's cry as he looks
at LBJ That b. if ate* anything like mo at our kids. Lookinc at the picture* of Lyndon matins with
MoGovrm recently, it could be -'-en that our former President -
hail is bnaar than most of the kid* cam;rins in Flamingo Park
curing Ha aanvenrton. I wonder whether thi< new appearance
- haracteristic*? Does it make him lea prod-
uctrw ? Does it him m? Doe< the length of
bs hair affect bis mind?
I doubt So I wondf. orb) h mat > make
<"T ki and thalr cloth su.-h a tx>n of contention.
M than the wispy long
. on the coll 1 many of our older men'
1 1 than the zoot suits, the
; the Bringing lo -.- ke\ chains of the thirtii ?
Im ;> o: vahiei a rather false one when we
lay SO on the appearance of our youngs! tst I)o we
really 1 this to bo a maior iatue in their lives or havi w<
1 the- commercials of the Madison Avenue let and
overdone the stress on the clean cut look? Are the shin.-d ihoei
the neatly f.arc i ick-. th.- well tailored shir's that important?
Why do so many of Us nag Gel a haircut" or "If you
don't nit your hair, at least bnish if" or Mast your pants
look lik- they came out of a ran bag?" 01 "Di you have to wear
hoes witii boles?" or the alternative "Cant you wear shoes?
or Your shirt is torn.-- or "Do your (cans have to drae on the
jrround?" or Can you see better with your hair in your eyes? '
'This last u, the -arrastic approach UStlVse* f eratkm 1
Let -ti>i Tod think. Dd we measure the length of th'' hail
on the many kid- -ho nxi. in our Ilike-A-Than last spring? Piri
-k at their -hoes or their Jea y turned over the
. th-'V collected ;,,. Soviet J a' Where do we draw
' How about c.inc.Tnin ., with what fttx
I ither than what outside?
Th -." were 1 the evi rung the recent
hettl Imm Beth Shalon liood
,-ening was a I with Sean supi j 1
l Marcy Levin handling the arrangements for
I ". -t models were Lisa Fleet Debbie Kit/. Amy
and Alan Strauss. Just a little bit bigger were Sheri
Step 1 -- Bar ars Schoem, Matthew Levin, 1.
Mi line. Leslie Snyoer, Jody Miller. Mindy Blum-
enthal and Susie K.iplan.
Th h school brothers and sisters wane Anita
QbmdJM, KILse Willcns, Amy Aliord, Diane
Novi k and Paul K rrtel
Waiti..... for t hi- dtaoer, all members of the Sisterhood.
Diane Snydfer, Laura "Hngal. Selma Levy, Bstelle Ernstoff,
Nbrma Slegel. They did very well and *3 far as I know no one
dropped eve* a dish .
Committto members who made most of the arrangements
Blong with Marcy were Sandy Reinstein. Barbara Fleet. Laura
Strauss, Marilyn Kaplan. Kdythe Srtwm, Sandy Margolis. Lois
Kobert, Vera 1st kCS and Ruth Kernel.
And gueM who did all the cooking? Dolores Friedinan. the
p --ill. n; of the Sisterhood. Quito a mammoth .job for anyone,
but then Dolor--* i-n't just anyone her capabilities are well
known.. .
BITS AMU) VIKCKS: Kve Zcecola, who's the president of
Chapter 725. B'nai B'rith Women, received a key and a citation
at the national convention. It was a tribute to her having
brought in ten new mmbrrs .
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is offering a course in fashion
merchandising this fall. The
program is brand new anel will
combine classroom instruction
with on-the-job training so all
of you gals who are interested
in fashion as a career might
look into it .
BoMiv gtsisssfL the 12-year-old
Hollywood tennis wonder, team-
ed with Banks. WBjeaheeg to win
the National Boys Double
Championship recently. Bobby
plays at the Diplomat .
Maey Martin will take her
Master's degree at Boston Uni-
versity when- she just received
her Bachelor's degree .
There's going to bo a sailing
class on North l^ike for boys
and girls nine years old and
over. Contact the recreation de-
l>artment for details .
< it thy I tollman. Keith Moll
man, Ste\en KerlieL, I.lbby Ann
Katirrt, Gail \tarr_olK Reyna
Mail. Wendy Lynn Press, Diane
Kabin, Jaequelino Rosean. Suii
I ..win Kom, William Singer,
Man FlnkeWtein. IK-bbie Kried-
inall, Heli-m- Isaaes. Sharon
Levy, Debate Mantolls, i..m
Margolis, KamU Mars. Donna
Mad. Donna Friimrk, Shelly
Koberts, Lean Rosean, BOBSSrl
Rohh, BaWfOe >>elner and Walter
Zoller went to Henderson\ille.
N.C., with their I'SY group .
I'SY Presidents at Temple
Sinai for ih.s year are Mike
White for the Kadimah group;
Blaaei Shatkin for the Junior
group and Sidney llellhratin for
the Senior group The Jew-
ish Youth Council is planning
to put out a newspaper .
One of the more active young
people's groups in the area is
the Gimmel Chapter of B'nai
B'rith. They hei[>cd a migrant
family In Pompano by supplying
them food and clothes a while
back. They all took part in a
bike-a-thon and used the money
they made to help various
worthy causes. Each month
some of them visit Sunland and
work with the children there.
Officers of the Chapter are
Judy Nathanson, president;
Lynn Rernian. Sharon Klettrr,
and Robbie Burnstine, vice pres-
idents. Karen Stone and -lodi
KlfeiiiM-in. secretaries and Dana
Kader. tifasurer. Ellse Willens,
who sent in all this news about
them, also reported that (ara
Rlrardl, Claudia Botwin, Amy
Kim.-, Sandy rolls, Janet Sch-
wartz, Mi, he I.- We ise. Susan
KopUn and Carrie Handel have
just joined the group .
Another new group is the 7th
and 8th grade chapter of AZA
si>onsored by B'nai Israel of
AZA. Alan Krdlee is president
of B'nai Israel and Mtke Ktnh-
aar and Mike Levin are work-
ing with the new chapter. Dr.
Mark Greesdters; is their advi-
sor. Members of this group are
Mark Levin. Scott PttteR. Seott
BeMBaafjagSSBj Matt Friedman..
Ketth Renault. Rk-ky Levy,
Rvaa KapkHi. David Perets.
Stese .'.Ipfximn. Danny Roaen-
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Kntery, Brett ranter, Brett
Storm, (rilt Hapen, Steve.
Selden, Mike (hiaoer, Steve
AnhaM and Jeff Morse.
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Friday, September 1, 1972
^Jknfst flcriaffann and Shofar of Hollywood
Page 9-A

By BOB KIRBU, Executive Director,
Jewish Welfare federation of Greater Hollywood
This Is the time of year when a Jew reflects on where ho
was and^T9i^iastar^hl dhso4tionSb*rMlltIW^Rsties to
no. In ;ii.' future there are many option which arc o|*-n to us
W look forward and pray for ;. life of health and happiness.
During these Holy Days we lay -Next Year in Jew-
ll( )i." Wh.ii does tliis really mean? Kor a very few ii may
B physical aUyah t.. the State of Israel. For another small
percentage it may mean living and understanding more of what
being a Jew is all about. For many il is just another prayer.
Recently a story was told to me that I would like to share
Mih you by a young Jewish couple, professionally trained and
knowledgeable about what i- happening to the jews in the
Soviet Union, visited Leningrad and Moscow. They were able
l., make contact with some of the young Jewish militants. The
\ lericans bad difficulty in answering the following sot of
-lions:
Can Jews really go to synagogues and wligtous schools in
Ami rica
May they dance in the streets if they wish to?
May they acknowledge their Judaism?
These questions were difficult to answer because this
young American couple knew that many Jews of America rarely
ittend synagogue cannot wb'A to stop their Jewish education
and have in general, in many cases become part of an as-
similated American society.
The Jews ol the Soviet Union when they acknowledge
their Judaism and their wish to immigrate to the State of Israel
have t'> tolerate loss of jobs, income, university status and
many other abuses. And yet, over one hundred thousand have
applied for visas.
There are few synagogues lift in the Soviet Union no
seminaries no religious schools no Community Centers
and yet they want to move to n greater life of Judaism.
The Soviet government instituted on Aug. 3, a new policy
of categorized and substantial emigration fees for Jews
with a higher education. For graduates of "humanistic institu-
tions," tin fee is 4500 rubles (S5468I; for graduates of poly-
t< chnia. 7700 rubles ($93.% >; tor graduates of high schools of
aria and music. 9G0O rubles ($11,664); for university gradu-
ates. 12,200 rubles tS14.82.1i. plus another 5400 rubles f$65611
il graduates o." institutes of sciences, for a total of 17,fi00
rubles ($21384); and for proffessors :9.400 rubles ($23.5711.
This represents more than most Soviet professionals can
-ave in a lifetime, and yet they still plead, work and fight to
icturn to their Jewish homeland.
Will we,as American Jews, raise the kind of funds neces-
sary to aid our Soviet brethren to emigrate? Will we take action
.. aid in their cause? Will there be a greater commitment to
religious institutions or educational facilities to our life
,- .lews- We have so much available to us. Will we use what
w< have to aid others, en will we take for granted those wonder-
rights and opportunities that we have?
Nexl year in Jerusalem.
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B) RABBI 1>.\\ II) SHAPIRO
Temple Sinai, Hollywood
These are fearful and turbulent :
times in which we live. They may
ai> i i extremely hopeful times.
How is tin-, possible?
Very often, in our indM6)ial
lives as well as in history, mi-"
::i' nts of darkness and despair
precede the birth of new oreativ-
itj an 1 in .v life. The pain ol
dbirth reaches its peak Just
before the infant emerges into
independent existence.
Let us ao|i:.>Hh our High Holy'
Days in the fervent hope and
prayer that Use many oppressing
discs we laee as a society will
prove to be what our ancestors
called the "Ohevley Ha ma shee
ach." the frightening and disturb-
ing days which will immediately
precede the coming of the Mes-
irrcede the
siari* **
Whether or not these hopes are
realized depends upon what we
do actively to cooperate with God
in fulfillment of His divine cos-
mic pan. I-.'a h of as must act ,n
if the entire outcome dei>onded
upon u< Individually.
. C
Judge Abram Is A
Candidate For New
County Court Seat
Judge Morton I- Abram. who is
well known for his civic and com-
munity leadership, is a candidate
for the newly created County
Court Bench. Now serving as sen-
ior judge of Pembroke Pines.
Judge Abram, a former prosecu-
tor, is a past president of Temple
Beth Kl and current tiresident of
Kroward County Chapter. Amer-
ican Jewish Committee. He and
his wife. Gladys, have lived in
South Broward for 16 arv|
were former residents of Chicago.
BuildingTo Building
Riviera Women's Club has n group of willing worker^ in
Mi- Hairy NeMcrman, -Mis. Henry Sweet. Mrs. Etta Levie,
Mrs Mas Kisbivan and Mrs. [rvmg Levie.
The folks at Presidential Towers are going to Disney World
Oct. 23. Tbevll spend three days at the Polynesian Village which
;- supposed to be the super deluxe hotel there. Members of the
sodal dub can contact Betty Kunerschmld for reservation...
The Diplomat Towers So ial Club is also planning a Disney
World trip. Their tour leaves Oct. 24 for three days and they.
loo, will siav at Polynesian Village. They're also planning a big
dance evening this Saturday. It will include a hot dinner .
Labor Day weekend see.ns to he a big one In the many
buildings. Jack Solot tells us that the Galahad South Men's Club
will have a I^abor Day Gala Monday evening with a dinner and
entertainment. They're having another dance there on Yom
Kippur night (after nightfall). That's Sept. 18 .
Eddie Cantor is the entertainment chairman at the Sea Air
Towers Social Club with Sondra Goldstein helping him. They're
planning a dinner and show Friday night, at the Gait Ocean
Mile Hotel. Monday night, they will have another party in their
own social hall with a catered dinner, dancing and sing along ..
Pat Gerjoy leads a calisthenics class at Sterling 56 ...
Condominium Owners' Assn. is having their installation
dinner-dance Sunday, at the Balmoral. Joseph D'Apice is presi-
dent and Lillian Mamlel is their Broward representative.. .
Jack Solot of the Galahad is teaching a course in publicity
at the B'nai B'rith College in North Miami Beach High School ...
Judge Abram. who is campaign-
ing on a platform of judicial ex-
perience, maturity and integrity,
points out that this will be Flor-
ida's first non-partisan judicial '
election and will be held on Sept.
12 at the time of the primary elec-
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Many voters do not realize that
unless they go to the polls on
Sept. 12 they will forfeit their
only chance to elect judges in
Broward County, he said.
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+Je*istncrkli&n and Shofar of Hollywood
Friday. September 1, 19?2
We Regret The Passing Of Apartment
Division Cochairrnan Murray Smithline
It is with deep regret that we of the Jewish Welfare Federation of
Greater Hollywood note the passim; of Murray Smithline/cochairrrutn
of the Apartment Division, and a devoted supporter of Federation
causes. Murray, who moved to Florida with his wife. Alice, only a
few short yettf^itfefl wls*TWof the people who quickly formed new
friends and new allegiances.
As a businessman up North, he had played an important part in
the Leather Goods division of L'JA and was a member of its Board.
However, he leserved in his heart a special type of interest for the
Deborah Sanitarium in New Jersey, a rest home for people of all
creeds and colors. Fpmti them he received their special Achievement
A-.vard for outstanding devoted service.
When they arrived in Florida, both Murray and his wife joined in
the humanitarian work of the area. Murray worked with the Apart-
l irrt Division and in his quiet, humble way played an enormous part
in making its campaign the most successful ever. Never looking for
kudos or ;x. Murray was an effective and dependable
M irker and a good friend to the entire staff of Federation.
To hLs wife. Alice and hi- daughter of whom he spoke with -'i ti
pi ide. Federation staff wishes to express its deepest sympathy We
share their sot row.
OR. NORMAN ATKIN, Campaign Chairman.
Religious
Services
AUANMU
I HALLANDALI JEWISH CENTER
I Conservative)
41* N.E. ith Avwui. Rabbi Harry
E. Schwartz. Cantor Jacob Oan-
ziger.
Saturday Sabbath services will con-
tinue and beajin Jam Sexten Ben
Kalinh will aaaiat the cantor. Daily
Mlnyan S:3 a.m. Sunday throuah
I Friday Minrha-Maarlv every day
I starts C:30 p.m.
rtUlLTWOOD
BETH EL ("i ample). 1SS1 S. 14th Ave
rtetorm. KaDBi Samuel Jaffa. 43
BETH SHALOM (Temple). 1728 Mon.
roe St. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Maiatsky. Cantor Irving Oold 46
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SINAI (Temple). 1201 Johnson St.
Conservative. Rabbi David 8hapirS
Cantor Yehuda Heilbraun. 47
July 7 Rabbi Michael tinhorn ser-
monette. "ivuf-i For B6tiUrtty." CAD-
i<>r Bldney Hatlbrauii.
July 14 Rabbi Martin W. Smith.
Cantor Pinke Halnert
TEMPLE SOLEL (Liberal) 5001
Thomas St Hollywood. Rabbi Rob-
ert P. Frazin.
Bcrvicea .it. held each Friday nt s
p in in the BberMaj) liiii- Elementary
s, It....|.
Good Wishes From Temple Belli Ahm
Temple Beth Ahm. which is now in the process of rebuilding,
wishes all its friends a healthy and happy New Year.
Ml'RKAY WETCIIF.R. Temple President
MILDRED SCHWARTZ. Sisterhood President
Suggestions Made By
Advisory Committee
TEMPLE BETH AHM. 310 Southwest
2nd Avenue, Hollywood
Friday H:l.". |>.m Cantor Salomon
BenarocB "ill COnOttOt the Servire*
msmMcmI by Lay Leader Herl>ert
Smith. Si-ierhood will spomuir tlir
m..!.- Shalibat.
MIRAMAR
ISRAEL (Temple). S920 SW 35th St.
Coneervative. Rabbi Avrom Drazin.
Cantor Abraham Koster.
HOB I H MIAMI BCACH
SINAI (Temple) of NORTH DAOE
18801 NE 22nd Ave. Reform. Rabb
Ralph p. Kingsley. Cantor Irvin
Shulkes
\*sommunit\f {calendar
This calendar, which lists dates of ail meeting*, and wfn-U\
event* held by tireatef Hollywood's various organizations U
nainUlned by Jewish Welfares Federation. Its purpose is to
note event* for those who wish to attend and to avoid any
ronflirt by setting up dates on the calendar considerably In
advance. Organization representatives are asked to not in
the Jewish Welfare Federation of dates of their meetings
as soon as they are decided upon so that the necessity of
switching dates may be avoided. Events will be listed in this
paper Just prior to the date)
SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 8
Hillcrest Group Hadasah Board Meeting 10:30 a.m.
Hillcrest Sisterhood Temple Beth Ahm dinner 7:30
p.m. Hillcrest Bldg. 22.
MONDAY. SEPTEMIIER 1
Men's Club Temple Beth Shalom Barbecue 11 an.
T-Y Hark.
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3
South Broward Jewish Community "Salute to Israel"
8 p.m. Temnle Israel.
WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 6
Fairways Group HndaSMh meeting 12:30 p.m. I!
Federal Bldg., Hallandale Blvd.
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER ',
Miramar Chapter Pioneer Women meeting noon
Miramar Recreation Center.
TUESDDAY. SEPTEMBER It
Shalom Group Hadassah meeting 12:30 p.m. Home
Federal Bldg.. Hollywood.
WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER IS
National Women's Committee Brandeis Univ. meeting
10 a.m. Galahad South
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Working as volunteers in hos-
pitals, homes for the aged or
schools for the retarded: helping
conduct religious services at
schools, hospitals or senior citizen
homes; athletic events: bike-a-
thons; projects such as a beach
olean-up program or campaigns
such as one aimed at inaugurating
a program of Jewish studies at
Nc>va are just some of the many
programs suggested for the Youth
Council by the members of the
advisory Committee for the group.
The suggested activities con-
ceived at a meeting of the Com-
mittee recently will be presented
to the Youth Council members for
"lieir discussion and decision at a
-meeting of that jroup.
The Jewish Youth Council is an
organization sponsored by Jewish
Welfare Federation with Ronstd
S Treshan, administrative a <-:ate of Federation, as its con-
sultant It was created for the
purpose of coordinating and ex-
ti n-ling Jewish youth activities,
and works in cooperation with th*1
existing youth groups and also
a:ms its activities at the unaf-
fi'iated Jewish youth of the area
The Advisory Committee of the
Council is composed of reoreiop-
tatives from J"wih Welfare F-d-
ation as well as representative
"ti the temples of the area and
ither Jewish orsnnlzatlon*.
Mark Fried, vice pr"sH<>nt o'
Yompt L'-aders Council of
h eish Wei faro Federation, h"
been nanwi Youth Council Ad
try eh a i "man.
Dr. Sam'iol M"lV D>- RWH"
elnstein Jr.. and Mr. Treshan
i'id Robert Kerbel have been a"- j
onint'-d to the executive bos'*! 'l'o c\dvi>-v Council. Dr Meline
ind Dr. Weinstein are both mem-
if the executive c/rtmittee
>f federation and Mr. Kerbel i-
exi Utlve director. Thev will
! i i~ liaison between the youth
" Hindi anil the executive lioard of
Federation.
Hal Kravitz of Temple Israel
i- appointed social chairman
harlotte BrorHe of the Worn-
'j I >r iNion of Federation was ap-
pointed eoehairman. Jeff Sarrow
i' th- Young Leaders Council was
(elected as athletic chai-^nn. Dr
Mark Creenbere. of AZA-fVnai
[ra and David Seqal of Tem-
ple Sinai will work with Mr. Sar-
row as cochairmen. Shirley Gold-
man. Youth Director of Temple
Beth Sholom, has offered to open
her Jewish cooking class to Coun-
cil youth.
All fund raising programs in
which the Youth Council is in- !
volved will benefit worthwhile
causes; for example, the Youth
Council's Bike-A-Thon last year,
raised money for Soviet Jewry.
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riday, September 1, 1972
+JkwisHk>rId/ail and Shofar of Hollywood
P*ge 11-A
1972 Campaign A Proud
And Happy Achievement
IU UK. NORMAN ATKIN
\\)Tl Citni|HiiKii < hiiirniuii
jl> sprvtce as cdmimiKn chair-
n for'JewMi WeMBre FederA-
nn (lining \fi'l has provided mo
,Hi one of the proudest and hap-
rs! achievements of my life.
All hough the achievement is one
lal 1 share with the humiieds of
Be. >;>!<' who worked with me, nev-
riheJess, I share it gladly, for
satisfaction of having been
ait of the Federation team that
inducted the first million dollar
impalgn in the history of llolly-
mxI's Federation Ls a soul satis-
lng reeling.
The striving for this record
mount in our community was
me with the knowledge that the
Hfare needs were greater than
er and that wc must punh
infer and extend oui-selves so
hat our allocations to all our
thy beneficiaries along the
(no could be increased. We of Fed-
Btton also know that the attain-
ii t of that "magic million"
oulil elevate our community to
> ranks of the more important
miiunilies in the country,
We knew that, like a snowball
kit gathert ilia and momentum
hng ils path, so this magic mil-
|ori would enable us in Hollywood
attract better fund raising pro-
ims, better educational pio-
us and to participate in many
he other benefits provided for
nmunltiea in this category.
I his year's campaign will then
ihis way be a catalyst in pre-
iii!; the groundwork for even
Kger campaign in the years to
ni'. And for this reason, too. I
limited and proud that this
jump in our community's
ins occurred during my chair-
n ship,
Ni'dless to say, the end result
I only have come about
(Dugh the Increased involvement
ople! Young and old from
walks of life, they gave will-
K and even eagerly of their
K talent and money. Without
n, I would never have been
able to carry on.
Because there were so many
and because they were all so im-
portant (t would bo impossible to
sfrtgle" out anyone. "However, I
must call attention to two divi-
sions whose tremendous increase
was instrumental in our attaining
our goal.
These two groups are the Apart-
ment House Division and the
Women's Division. Each group
showed the largest percentage in-
crease ever. Our very enthusiastic
women raised almost $93,000 show-
ing nn increase of 70* over last
vear a tremendous amount. And
with all the eager workers that
ware developed this year we feel
confident that next year will find
more willing workers in this divi-
sion and an even greater cam-
paign.
The Apartment Division in it-
self raised almost $500,000. an
absolutely phenomenal gain for
that division. Here, too, the core
of workers that were involved
this year will we arc sure provide
for a bigger campaign each year
And like the snowball getting
' igger and bigger, so with our
bigger campaign and our more
than a million dollars available in
funds, wc were able to allocate
money in greater amounts than
over before. To continue the chain,
more money meant more people
involved in the allocation process
anil through their participation in
this process, many of them devel-
oped an even deeper interest in
the work of Federation. These
additional people With their er
involvements can only mean big-
;er and better campaigns for Fed-
eration in the years to come.
It has been lieen a great year
for all of us Involved in the Fed-
eration campaign. It has been a
great year for the many programs
of Federation as you will hear
from Jesse Martin, our president.
It Is a great satisfaction for all of
"s to know that this year moved
Hollywood Into the "big time"!
High Holy Day Services For
Unaffiliated In Camelot Hall
\ rabbi who doesn't want a i age, all have a right to worship.
igregatlon will officiate in an -Many part-time residents have af-
litorium that will seat 1,2001 filiations with churches and syna-
rshippeni for September's High t gogues in the north, but not in
ilj Days services. Florida.
"For these people we must go
out from our synagogues and
churches to reach them where
they live, .lust as we must go Into
local communities to reach older
generations."
Lehrman School To
Serve Both Broward
And Dade Counties
A comprehensive refurbishing of
. the V-ehrman Day School of Tem-
ple Rmanu-El is being rusheditoJ
ompietion for the Sept. .-> open-
ing of th<> 1972-73 school year un-
! dor the leadership of two auxili
I ark's of the Miami Beaflfi syua-j
gogue.
Mrs. Carol Qreenberg, president
of the Temple RmaOM-EJ PTA. and I
Mrs. At Podvin, immediate past
president of the Sisterhood, have j
been working throughout the sum-
mer on the special project.
I
In addition to complete repaint- J
' ing of the school, refurbishing ot
( the dining room and kitchen and1
: purchase of extensive new reme- j
I dial reading equipment, the pro- '
-.'lain has added new outdoor fa-1
cilitles.
An all-purpose sports court !
with tennis the newest athletic ao-I
j tivity added, has neon installed
' on the grounds of the I.ehrmap
Day Schorl, 727 77th St.
Judge Frederick N, Barad, prest-l
dent of the Temple Kmanu-Kl
1 school hoard, stressed that tlv
; Lehrman Day School services both
' Dade and South Broward Coun-
ties I' is the largest Conservative
Hebrew day school In the South
| meeting tlv highest standards of
i the Florida. Dade and Broward
| educational systems an I i~ affili-
Btcd with the renowned Solomon
Schechter day schools.
Mrs. Greenberg and Mrs. Pod-
vin said that much new recrea-
tional equipment, including rides
and outdoor games, has been pur-
chased for the use of students at
both the Lehrman Day School and
the afternoon and Sunday religious
i school classes of Temple Kmanu-
Kl.
Registration continues daily ai
tin North branch and at the tem-
ple offic s, 1701 Washington Ave
Dr. [r\ Ing Lehi man, rabbi oi
Temple Emanu-El In whose honor
i hi day school Ls named, per-
sonally supervises the programs
and curricula of the high!) rated
school.
There is a need for us to serve
men, and the local organized
nagoguc is the host answer. Un-
rtunately, this is not feasible for
r-ryone," said Kmanuel Schenk.
bbi emeritus of Beth Sholem
iles Temple. Brooklyn, who is
i Lauderhill resident.
This year Rabbi Schenk will
rve the adult community of
uderhill to bring observation of
li Hashanah and Yom Kippur
.lews who cannot attend or
vc not affiliated with a synago-
Rosh Hashanah will be cele-
Rted for two days beginning
nh sundown Sept. N, and Yom
Ippur will be observed beginning
.sundown Sept. 17.
'"There Is a new, growing de-
nid for us to serve memliors of
' Jewish community who can-
't otherwise observe religious ob-
11 ions. Not all Jews can be
embers of a local synagogue and
lend legularly. By reason of age,
itance or economics many pso>
are not actively affiliated with
"i religion in Broward County."
'bbi Schenk said.
Increasingly, members Of the
'TW "l all faiths must reach out
'hese people and serve them."
Rabbi Schenk pointed oul that
many communities residents
!i" do not or cannot drive, those
11 'i limited funds, and others
no have become separated from
:"'"i'i| religious organization by
To do this. Rabbi Schenk will
conduct High Holy Day services
at Camelot Hall, 49th Avenue and
21st Street. Lauderhill. for adult
Jews who are not active members
of a Broward Synagogue.
"We are happy to he able to
cooperate and help meet this com-
munity need. Certainly, we want
to respond to local residents in
every way we can," said Michael
Taine.s of Taiiies-Collins Enter-
prises, bujideri of Camelot Mall
Mr. Taines is also president of
Castle Apartments, and with Neil
A. Collins is builder and developer
ol Castle Gardens community.
Rabbi Schenk said the services
are not designed for unafflltated
Jewish family groups that live in
the community. "They should be
members of a synagogue. The peo-
ple I will serve are adults unaf-
filiated locally. That doesn't mean
we will reject a young man. for
example, visiting from out ol
town, or a vacationing famil.v
group. I onlv try to stress that
WC will not plan to serve local
families In perpianenl residence
Rabbi Schenk, who will offer
Conservative services, win be as-
s sled by Cantor Sol Wetatravb ol
New York.
Holiday Greetings
To The Jewish Community
DR. CARL S.
FRIEDMAN (D.D.S.)
and WIFE
A Happy New Year To All
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Jen litncrXA&n and Shofar of Hollywood
Friday. September 1, 1975
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eJewish Floridian
. (A/hat *^fs Jhis Jnina {-called X*i
lonism
By BABBI ISKAKI. MILLER
President, American Zionist
Federation
\hft- ARE TODAY in Zionism's
" 75th year, and among Jews
throughout the world indeed
among Zionists themselves
there are still disputes and dif-
ferences of what Zionism is all
about.
What makes one a Zionist, and
what eliminates one from being
considered a Zionist? The contro-
versy broke out again this past
January in Jerusalem where over
500 delegates and some 2,000 Jews
from 44 countries gathered for
the 28th World Zionist Congress.
The passage of a controversial
resolution subsequently inval-
idated as unconstitutional that
would impose sanctions on West-
ern Zionist leaders who do not
emigrate to Israel within two
years brought the question to the
fore very sharply. Press reports
told of bitter debates and frac-
tious wrangling.
The Broader View
Many Israeli Zionists insist that
aliyah (emigration to Israel) is
the foremost obligation of Zion-
ism and that Jews abroad who
are not ready to fulfill this com-
mitment are not really Zionists
and should be dropped from Zion-
ist leadership.
The majority of the non-Israeli
delegates and observers at the
congress, while accepting aliyah
as a prime responsibility, take the
broader view of Zionism as essen-
tially an educational movement
dedicated to both Israel's well-
being and the creative continuity
of Jewish life.
Zionism's challenge now is to
effect a rapprochement between
those impatient, and occasionally
insensitive, Israelis and the older,
dedicate and sometimes complac-
ent, veteran Zionist leadership.
The complexities of Jewish life
both in Israel and the diaspora
preclude simplistic and rigid defi-
nitions and render sanctions and
strictures useless and divisive.
The relationship between Israel
and the diaspora is reciprocal: the
establishment of Israel enhanced
Jewish self-esteem and created a
source of spiritual nourishment,
while Jewish communities in the
world contribute to Israel's sur-
vival both in terms of money, man-
power, and moral support.
Far-Reaching Be-Examlnatlon
Zionism is now undergoing a pro-
found and far-reaching re-exami-
nation of its definition and priori-
ties. This readiness to debate
meaning and approach has always
characterized Zionism. The clash
over ideologies and issues at the
Jerusalem Congress was actually
a demonstration of the viability
and resiliency of Zionism and an
affirmation of the love of Israel
that unites Jews everywhere.
Seventy-five years ago in Basle,
Switzerland, Theodore Herzl con-
vened the first Zionist Congress
to set forth his program for at-
taining an incredible goal: the
end of exile and the return of the
Jewish people to its historic home-
land. Herzl gave a political di-
mension to a centuries-old aspira-
tion and from its Inception the
Zionist movement has harbored
a wide range of political and re-
ligious and social philosophies.
Never monolithic, always dem-
ocratic, Zionism has found
strength in diversity. As a specific
political movement it achieved un-
paralleled success in establishing
the independent State of Israel.
As a broad philosophy of Jewish
existence, Zionism is the authen-
tic expression of universal Jewish
identification, concern and soli-
darity.
After the Holocaust
It was Zionism that mobilized
resistance to the Nazis and then
gave new life to the surviving
remnant of European Jewry. The
deep anxiety and outpouring of
support for Israel by Jews all over
the world in May and June 1967
was a manifestation of a collective
Zionist consciousness. For many
of these Jews the threat to Israel
awakened a submerged Jewish
identification and the realization
that Israel was central to Jewish
life everywhere.
Zionism somehow kept alive the
identity of the isolated and op-
pressed masses of Russian Jews in
the Stalinist period. Today, it is
Zionism that gives the Jews of the
Soviet Union the courage to defy
harassment and imprisonment by
demanding the right to emigrate
to Israel.
The Jerusalem Program
In America, where Jewish roots
go back more than 300 years, many
young Jews are recognizing Zion-
ism as the liberation movement of
the Jewish people. In its teaching
they find a critique and guide to
social change.
An increasing number of Jews
are honoring Zionism's principle
of the ingathering of the exiles
and last year 10,000 Americans
emigrated to Israel, a small but
not insignificant number in terms
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+JmUt Fkridliar and Shofar of Hollywood
Friday, September 1, 1972
Very Few Things
Are Permanent...
May We Continue To Stand Tall
B> Kulibi AVROM I.. DRAZIX
Temple Israel of Mlram.ir
As time passes we s|>end more
nd more of i! IhlnMni about and
e mliill "the Rood old days."
So greet is out attachment to
tne good >lil days thai w begin to
..under if any of the changes in
the world have actually been for
the better. We really should woo-
er if our feelings concerning the
<>! old days are not colored by
the faet that '"the good old days
. ere not so good, when they were
..t so old."
People have an aversion to
change they love the comfort -
. Me. well broken-in old slipper.
tbviously the things we know, the
uuniliar objects, give us much
tecuritj.
It is natural that IBM tins 'he
nknown should cause us to Gael
.- i ure.
Even the use of a new melody
fur an old familiar prayer in the
synagogue liturgy will bring howls
i protest from the regular da-
em -.
Rosh Hashanah is the annual
.minder of "Hayom Haras Olum"
"i this day was the world
rl We are reminded that an-
iiu year has passed We an
orced to recognize thai once
; thei e L- change We are re-
. m ed that howevei unpleasant
t seem l b i i i- the
few th.n
at nt.
We ecognize
1 i
pie ...
an quite ob n

ra pi d i

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liall-
-
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inivei ii icture
the The
I Almight mi thai
... ,rts |n (he .,. nin j eai
crow ned with sue ess and
our li\ts be blessed with meaning.
Changed SO rapidly that the mind
can not grasp what has happened,
nor its significance
The Greater Hollywood Jewish
community is also changing very
rapidly. Kach and every day
brings more families into the area.
The Jewish population is literally
exploding. The daily change is al-
most unbelievable.
It is my hope anil prayer on the
eve of the New Year 5733, that
the existing institutions in the
South I Wow aid Jewish community
will join together in a concerted
eftoil to create a viable "Kehilla"
tyjie atmosphere which will allow
the institutions to grow, expand
and even multiply in a disciplined
manner.
By Kabbi KOBKKT P. KRAZIN
Temple Solcl
My gear friends, one year ago
I celebrated the New Year with
, members ol Temple Solel for the
first time. Tiui 1 was not alone
i for most of the members of
Temple Solel were celebrating the
New Year together also for the
very fiist time.
During thus past year we have
experienced an inspiring growth
.while maturing in our commit-
' ment to one another.
Commitment encompasses com-
munity, and the Jewish commun-
ity of Huliywood is exceedingly
, precuHts. There is a warmth and
I an affection and a respect that
presently pgrvRda the quality and
'character of our relationship with
| one another. The comprehension
ol each Jew feeling a rcsponsibil-
i ity to his fellow Jew essentially
describes our cxistem.
IXiring our High Holy Day Wor- .
ship Soi vices, many of us will
read of Moses addressing the as-
sembled children of Israel with
these Words "ye are standing this1
day all of you. before the Lord
your God."
May we continue to stand tall
as a community, extinguishing the
flame of any petty jealousies or
selfish motivations that may be
kindled. As we prepare to wel-
come the New Year may we do
jSO with purposeful direction and'
promise continually growing in
our commitment to one nnolher.
As each of as expresses his ow n
individual philosophy of life -
philosophy of Judaism, may we do \
so respectfully. And may those!
who res|nd to the desire and
dreams of another do so with an
analytical and open mind. Then
shall we jwrpetuate the promise,
the potential and the pride that is
the Jewish community of Holly,
wood.
l.'Shana Tova. Wishing you and
yours a very Happy and Healthy
New Year, a year of shalom. a
fear Of peace.
A Happy New Year To All
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Friday, September 1, 1972
'Jenist flkridf/an and Shofar of Hollywood
Page 3-B
Poland's Remnant Disappearin;
t< fin
.
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
Chief, JTA Washington Bureau
(One of a Series)
Warsaw's last synagogue is
crumbling into a ruin in the shab-
biest sector of the Polish capital's
preat expanse of monuments and
squares. Adjoining it is a mostly
abandoned four-story masonry
building that once was a nursing
home and hospital for aged and
indigent Jews of pre-holocaust
Warsaw. That also is disintegrat-
ing into oblivion. And so is the
bitterly tiny remnant of Poland's
900-year-old Jewish community
that only 33 years ago numbered
more than three million a
Imputation larger than present-
day Israel's.
The synagogue, about a mile
from the famous Ghetto Memorial,
is virtually surrounded by heaps
of scrap metal, old lumber and
paving materials bounded by
barbed wire. Once a handsome
structure with three levels of
lights, it now stands forlorn with
many of its windows broken, the
shades on its exterior tamps long
gone, its very foundations falling
away. Within the vestibule large
layers of peeling old paint droop
like the ears, of an old elephant
waiting to die.
The condition of the main con-
gregational area is somewhat bet-
ter but only by comparison. Hun-
dreds of religious books, many of
them leather-bound in the nine-
teenth-century style that immi-
grants brought with them to half
the world and last treasured to
their days, are heaped on tables
against a wall like discarded
paperbacks in a second-hand store.
Low curtains outline the women's
section. The galleries formerly
for women that occupy three sides
are closed except for one small
section where matzos are baked.
The German Army when it oc-
cupied Warsaw used the synago-
gue for a warehouse and thus
spared it from destruction.
Extinction Expected
Extinction of Poland's Jewry
can be expected within the next
few years. Since the exodus fol-
lowing the 1968 purge, emigration
has been in driblets but steady.
Only 7,000 now remain. Counting
those in mixed marriages, the
total increases to 12,000. Warsaw
and Lodz have about 2,000 each.
The remainder is scattered among
17 other communities (kihillas),
each of which has its place of wor-
ship. Jewish education j$ nil..
This information was gained
during an interview with the
president of Poland's Jewish re-
ligious organization, Isaac J.
Frenkiel, and his wife, Esther, in
the communal office on the third
floor of the old hospital. Frenkiel,
who is 57 and a mechanical en-
gineer, spoke in Yiddish; his wife
in German. Both are survivors of
concentration camps. Their home
is in Lodz. Thev commute fre-
quently to Warsaw, 130 miles by
road, to perform community busi-
ness.
The FrenkieLs pointed out that
Poland has few Jewisn adoles-
cents. As soon as it is possible for
Jews to transfer them to Israel
or elsewhere they are moved out
of Poland. The Frenkiels' own
three children are in Israel.
Minyans meet daily at the War-
saw synagogue. On Saturday
mornings about 80 attend. On the
High Holidays it is crowded. Mar-
riages and Bar Mitzvahs are rare.
"What about circumcisions?"
Continued On Page 9-B
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Hollywood
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Hallandale Beech Blvd.
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Hollywood
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The
Year
In
Anglo-
Jewry
B\ & F. <.OLI>SMlTH
(i i a i.uiuioii Utter)
LONIX)N During the year 57(2 Tav
Shin Lame. Beth British Jews continued to
learn howto live as a Jewish community in-a
medlum-stzed country. This process ha* started
BOme .wars age anil will no doubt continue lor
tome years to come. Adjustment is not easy.
Often. BritLsh Jews remind one of Agnon's
hero, who WM horn in a palace, hut has to
make do with a shack, and bores everybody
with talcs of past splendor.
For three Centuries, Brittab Jews lived in
a mighty empire, at times the mlgbttMt on
earth. Thej grew accustomed to seeing them-
selves as Imperial Jews, the Jewish community
of an empire where the sun never sets
All this || past history'- Britain Ls new a
mi Num-sbed power, on the frintje of the
great derisions, in the throes of a chronic
economic crisis. Even the i>oiuid is not what
it uaad to be.
British influence in the Middle East i-
only marginal. The British are Jual trying to
liecome Buropeani in 'he true -..use. kno
full well th.it they can only influence I <
as a member of the European community, and
not as an imperial power.
Many EngUahmi n -till behave as if th"
empire were still there Why. some have lot
even heard that Queen Victoria has died.
British Jews, who always took great prid in
the empire, find it even more difficult to
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2847 HOLLYWOOD BLVO.
PHONE: 922-8800 927-9206
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4310 NORTH DIXIE HIGHWAY, HOLLYWOOD
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PALMVIEW REALTY INC.
2310 HOLLYWOOD, BOULEVARD
Dade 949-6748
Realtors 920-1414
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from
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members principal bscusitie8 exchanges
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714 Atlantic Shores Blvd., Hallandale
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201 E. HALLANDALE
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vJtPf/$|!/fer/fcf*3M7 and Shofar of Hollywood
Page 5-B
adjust tMhWetves. Of course th<\v know xvhitv
going on. But knowing is one thing and ac? pt-
ing a situation is quite another.
Very often, the Boar:;1 of Deputies of Brit-
ish Jews, their representative body, mounts
improttrve delegations to members of th" BOV-
erflOMlM to ask for their intercession on behalf
of "afflicted brpthrcn" in other eoun'.ries,
knowiriK Ml MM thet Britr.in has.no Inffmnee
whatsoever in the areas concerned.
Very often the board protests against
BrMsk actions in the U.N. and elsewhere re-
lating to the Middle Kast. or directly to Israel,
knowing full well start it makes very IKtlo
dillerenee what the British do or say, as long
as President Nixon .sends the Phantom |eta
and the rest of the paraphernalia. It's a .'labit
which persists against all ioc:ic. Nevertheless,
every year that goes i>y marks another degree
of adjustment, and the year under review lias
been no exception.
Israel and Soviet Jews once more domi-
nated Anglo-Jewish life and spurred the ac-
tivities of Anglo-Jewish bodies.
Israel first, it is not only the response to
the Joint Palestine Appeal, as the major fund
is called. British Jews have none a long way
Binds the time when Dr. Chaim Weizmann told
Israel Sled, later Ix>rd Sieff, who passed away
this year: "If we can raise 100.000 pounds, we
shall be well on the way to a development
program ."
But there Is something else. Brit Mi J rwi
react to events iii Israel like a seismogniphij
instrument. The Zionists articulate this reac-
tion, but the whole community of half a mil-
lion souls, including those who profess tachment, live their lives in the shadow of
Israeli events. It has nothing to do with loy-
alties, dual or single. Of course they are |.>yai
citixena who weep over the waste of good
lives in Ulster with the rest of the Brilisl.
ix ople. But they have an additional level of
existence. s
The trag.-dy at Lydda Aii-port WAS a trau-
matic event for British Jews. Israel's success
in ic-estabhshiiig her supremacy of military
know-how in the Middle East brought a sigh
oi relief in British Jewry.
The struggle on behalf of Russian Jews
h;.s given British Jews both a cause and an
^motional outlet. They are overflowing with
good will, ami zeal to do something, to help,
to protest, to identify themselves with the
longing lor Zion among large numbers of
Soviet Jews. The Board :>1 Deputies is living
hard to coordinate these activities and to chan-
nel them into an effective movement on be-
half of Soviet Jews.
This year has seen tremendous efforts to
avoid rash action or overlapping. But it enn-
nol be said thai it was a great lUSCQat SoflM
coordination was achieve.;, but there is still
;i g*ea4 deal of wasted energy and misplace!
endeavor. This is not the fault of the hoard
except in the sense that it is, by its very
nature, a slow body incapable of decisive and
Continued On l'age 8-B
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Argentine Jewry Is Concerned
By ASHER UIBASHAN
(Argentine Correspondent)
The year that has passed was
not particularly propitious for Ar-
gentine Jewry, and the coming
year seems, at this writing, to of-
fer little relief.
One of the main causes is the
worsening economic and social
situation of the country. In last
year's report we mentioned the
weakened economic position of lo-
cal Jewry, in part due to misman-
agement and dishonest maneuvers
in many financial enterprises and
the difficulties of the Jewish school
system, heavily affected by these
and other factors. The Jewish
Agency and the American Joint
Distribution Committee have
stepped in with sizable loans and
grants to save it from impending
collapse.
The military government is
pledged to direct all its efforts to
a political solution, which would
allow the military to fade out
not completely from the scen-
ery, go back to their barracks,
leaving the government in the
hands of a coalition including Per-
onism. In this context it is per-
haps worthwhile to record a re- Aire* and has been profusely
cent sentence of Peron mixing spread among the military, trade
Judaism" with "Imperialist pow- union leaders and the clergy ^
er, managed from the United Na- quite indicative of somebody's ef.
tions in conjunction with com- forts to prepare the terrain for an
munism, capitalism, the Catholic eventual scapegoating, if i w
church freemasonry ." i.e., some- permitted the term,
thing essentially bad. ^ ..^.^ ^ ^ ^
In the meantime however, infla- portedly drawn up according to the
tion, at the rate of some 70% instructions brought by a certain
yearly, is eating up everything. "Grand Rabbi Gordon of Nw
The government's economic team York" who supposedly held a se-
is constituted by a group of tech- cret meeting with Argentine Jew.
nocrats whose ambition seems to ish leaders in the Paso Synagop*
consist in nationalizing all that is Mar. 23, 1969. While Gordon is j
nattonalizable, execrating the mar- rather common Jewish name, the
ket economy and thus frightening truth is, of course, that no Gordon,
away investments, Argentine or rabbi or not, came to Buenos Airej
foreign. from New York about that time,'
and no such meeting was ever holdiI
Under these circumstances, the in said temple or in any other I
place.
The whole "Plan" is written in
Jews, particularly sensitive to dan-
ger signals, feel that their secur-
ity is somewhat aleatory. They
cannot be blamed if they see the typical "Protocol" style and the
specter of becoming the scapegoat fabrication is mentioned here only
for these accumulating tensions to exebplify the kind of stasis
looming in the distance. ghosts or red herrings Jew. I
ish leadership in Argentina must f
On the other hand anti-Semi- deal with.
tism is distinctly on the increase
and the mere fact that in January, As can be gauged from this m-1
1972 a new edition of the infamous pie, (unfortunately not the oniy
ProtocoLs of the Elders of Zion. one) anti-Semitism Is a fact rt
coupled with the so-called "An- life in today's Argentina. It miy
dinia Plan," appeared in Buenos be classified succintly as -itemming
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+Jewish ncrkttart and Shofax of Hollywood
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from three main sources: classical
Nazi rightist extremism, leftist
Anti-Zionist" agitation and, last
but not least, Arab propaganda,
using both rightist and leftist anti-
.lewish quarters, disposing of lav-
ish funds. The political represen-
tation of Argentine Jewry, the
PAIA, has repeatedly taken up
the matter with the Interior Min-
ister but no concrete steps have
been noted as yet.
In this atmosphere of uncer-
tainty generated by the complex-
ity and lack of clarity regarding
the country"s future, Uie position
of its Jewry of some half million
souls is particularly labile. Aliyah,
the Zionist solution of the Jewish
problem in the Diaspora, is grow-
ing steadily even among Jews who
never thought of it in practical
terms, though, of course, it is an
entirely individual matter.
The coming months, with gen-
eral elections scheduled for March
1973, will probably increase the
existing tensions and put every-
body's nerves to an endurance
test. It is the sincere hope of this
correspondent thai within a fore-
seeable future he will be able to
report in a more optimistic mood
about events and trends affecting
Argentine Jewry.
A Happy New Year To All
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4545 Sheridan Street
Phone 961-2255
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126 N.E. 1st Avenue
(in rear)
Hallandale, Florida
Phone 920-7888
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STYLING & CUTTING
2711 S. Ocean Driva
Hollywood
Phone -ft 922-1416
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HALLANDALE
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER
(Conservative)
1 N.E. 8th Avenue. Rabbi Hrry
E. Schwartx. Cantor Jacob Dan.
xiger.
Saturday Sabbath service* will con-
tinue unit 1.1 t-in 9 a.m. HCXton Urn
Kallsh will asRixt tlie minor. Dally
Minyan 8:30 a.m. Sunday through
Friday. Mincha-Maarlv every dov
starts :3 D.m.
ROBH HASHANAH: Krlday 7:1.'. p.ffl
Saturday tt a.m., .tr.i..n tonic:
'Where In Cod?". 7:3(1 p.m. Sunday
1 am Mrmon topic: -Whin- May
Ii>jn> s i:,. Found"' Monday f.:V>
a.m.
HOLLYWOOD
BETH EL (i ample). 1351 S. Mth Ave.
Reform. HaDbi Samuel Jaffe. 4}
Friday 8:15 p.IB. I>r. Abraham l-'lwhl-
er will apeak on: "I* (>ur >Cii
Relevant?". ItO.SH HASHANAH: Fri-
day 6:4.-| p.m.. !' p.m., Kcrmon topic:
"The IYIkIn of Buccess." Saturday 10
a.m sermon topic: "What lx. We
Really Want?": 3 p.m. Children's ser-
vice.
BETH SHALOM (Tample). 1728 Mon-
roe 8t. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Maiavsky. Cantor Irving Gold 46
KOSII HASHANAH: Friday 7:30 p m.
Saturday 8 a.m., 12 noon, 7:30 p.m.
Sunday 8 am., 12 noon. Friday 8:1.'.
p.m. Hal .Mitzvah: Ml nil.v. dauKhti r of
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Sabra. Saturday
S a.m. bar Mitzvah: Steven, son of
Dr. and Mrs. Fred Illumcnthal.
8INAI (Temple). 1201 Johnaon St.
Conservative. Rabbi David Shapirs
Cantor Yehuda Hailbraun. 47
Saturday 10:30 p.m. to 11:15 p.m. in
Haber Karp Hall, social trt't-toKcther;
11:15 P.m. slides and talk by Marta
Rottman; midniicht, Sellcntn service!.
RUSH HASHANAH: Friday 8 p.m..
sermon. lApic: "Survival of Man"
Batvrdai 7 a.m., sermon topic: "The
Authentic Jew.": 10 a.m. to 12 noon,
youna pcopte'a aervlcea; 8 p.m. Ban-
ds) 7 a.m.. sermon topic: "Where
are ThouV. 10 am. to 12 noon, young
peoplc'H services.
TEMPLE SOLEL tLiberal) 5001
Thomas St., Hollywood. Rabbi Rob-
ert p. Frazin.
Services are held each Friday at 8
p.m. in the Sheridan Hills Klcmentary
School.
ROBH HASHANAH: Friday l:lt p.m.
Saturday lo a.m., 2 p.m. Children's
Service. Sunday 10 a.m.
TEMPLE BETH AHM, 310 Southwest
Mnd Avenue, Hoilywutd
Friday 8:15 p.m. Cantor Salomon
Benaroch, Will conduct the Services
assisted by Lay I .. :i Smith, s.-ieiiioo.i will .- i...:.--- i the
OnC Shabbat.
MIRAMAR
- ------
ISRAEL (Temple). 6920 SW 35th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Avrom Drazin.
Canter Abraham Koater.
Saturday :30 p.m. "Rap With the
Rabbi". 11 p.m. Sellcoth. ROSH
HASHANAH: Friday 7 p.m.. sermon
tonic: "What Are We Doing Here?".
Saturday 8 a.m., 10:30 a m., sermon
tonic: "JudaismAn Encounter With
Self.". 7 p.m. Sunday 8 a.m.. 10:30
a.m.. sermon topic: "JudaismAn
K-oi.un'er With Ood.'-. 6 p.m. Tash-
llch. Monday 8:30 a.m.. Fast of
Gedalya.
NORTH MIAMI If ACM
8INAI (Temple) of NORTH DADE
18801 NE 22nd Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Ralph P. Kingaley. Cantor Irving
Shulkes. 37
Saturday 11:15 p.m. Social Hour: mld-
iilaht Sclicolh services.
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Phone 981-7424
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1000 South Dixie Highway, Hallandale
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* Itniit Fh-JTMiyn and Shofar of Hollywood
Frloey, Septe:r.i:r 1 '.972
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Phone 983-1200
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Phone 925-1784
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The Year In Anglo- Jewry
( .'iitmiir.i From I*ee ">-B
darins notion But even if it wore more as-
sertive, it could not easily harness h. WtftettS
zioups. which an- full of cood will but im-
ient with good advMS and sensible quidjuce.
If I were to tingle out one event during *hc
yeas' which had :rrade an impactI'm lot
mental results h^rcit was the visit to
I-ondon by M nadi.vn Retain, leader of Gahal
and former comir.an 'or of the Innin. This *?
not an ordinary vtatt. Here was the man who
i.\i an effective underground movement
inct the mandator>' power, coming to
London a.s the leader of the opposition in .h"
Knasaet Most of the BrttWi took it In their
-tiles They had Kenyatta. Nehni. Hastings
Banrta. an I Konnth Kaunda here before A
few tried to revive old memories but they cut
no ice with authorities. Scotland Yard en-
sured that no untoward happen'11?* British Jews, by and larjse. accopled
In u a leading Israeli politician, rtut
there were some who Fen embarrassed and
even constrained to proclaim that they would
have nothing to to with a former "terrorist."
The rest of the Jewish community tr. -'.
Jewi with con'empt not because they
opposed Beigin but because they exhibited
tto-like, apolocetic and wrak-kneed men-
tality. Still, such Jews are lew and far be-
tween. a nans-over from olden days. Beigln'S
-howed how fev* they are.
Two Internal events merit conddcratlf
British Jews .seemed to he preoccupied, i-
aoadary way, daring the year, with the pr .
Icn of rapacious Ion "lords exploiting tl
pallinc hoiiMiii; -ho. ta-.- Of com- seas .
then are Jews. In fact, >onie of the Mast)
ones are Jew*.
Fully emancipated Jem t:ike the attltu/
that they are not responsible for the ohav >-
of fellow Jews, and that 'u is for
and the COUTH to d< a', with all ob
behave in an anti-socia] manner, and that i!
th- law- permits it, th. law ouqht "o ..
changed
A< to the attitude of the non-Jew
ran take it or leave it. This is "97;
nobody i> intimidated by a fc*
antl-Semitei or even a few anttklrcsscd ant -
Semites in city offices.
But not everybody within British .T
so emancipated Some have a vag
that unpleasant landlords reflect be
1! Jews, and that then Is MM MTt
tue re>pon-.bi'.i'y obtaining ever, to
Tin* Bonn! of Deputies tried tost
balance between than two attitu'.
ti i a r>-solution whu-h randemn
conduct by lanflords but calls up
faiths in Britain to join in the con.:
< i.i.tiniM .1 On Tage 10-B
1972
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Phone 922-6900
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3110 S. Ocean Drive, Hallandale 925 0433
Thank You for Your Patronage
nzran rmu ,
Southern Photo Service
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A Happy New Year To All
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BEAUTY SALON
SPECIALIZING IN
WOMEN'S and MEN S
HAM STYLING
1909 Harrison Street
Hollywood
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920 W. KACH BLVD.
HALLANDALE
923-9650
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September 1. 1972
'''' km si ll>i,iriidlkin and Shofar oi Hollywood
Page 9-B
Poland's Remnant Disappearing
( initiiiiii'd I'ioiii \':\<.\<- .-: ii
1 was asked. The eonv
uniiy leader pulled out a sui'^i-
l instrument'-for il>"t purpose
nm tlie top drawer of his desk
id exclaimed: "This hasn't been
ed -ii three years."
i it .i : sources said that the
>ii Iture and social affairs (Kultur-
irband) has branches in '20 cam-
unities, seven fewer than before
168 exodus. The Yiddish
Hi Theater in Warsaw and a
,,-: Historical Institute, both
nent supplied, still tune*
n. The Yiddish-Polish weekly
Ike-Sztyme whose circulation is
out 3,000 is the only periodical.
An:.-Simitism |iersi.sts in l'n-
,: despite all that has hap-
,. Officials and journalists as-
to Inform the madia i>eopie
iimpanied President Nixon
Wi rsaw on the last leg of his
scow .summit trip stressed that
and Jews" get along well
They seemed no; to iec-
.;, the prejudice inherent in
tei m "Poles and Jews."
BJa young editor said he could
ndarstand why the Western
; talked alx>ut anti-Semitism
! land. It is unfair, he said
i the expulsion of Jews in
::.
Happy New Year To All
TEDDY'S
- Pesfaurant-Delicatessen
1700 East Hallandale
Beach Boulevard
Hallandale
Phone 929-1022
ill
K Happy New Year To All
HALLANDALE
TRAVEL
SERVICE
The Diplomat Mall
East Hallandale Bch. Blvd.
Phono 927-4271
AIR LINES AND
CRUISE TICKETS
Happy New Year To All
COMET
PRINTING INC.
525 so. 21st avenue
-.oily wood, f la. 33020
PHONE 920-4288
A Happy New Year To AH
ANTHONY'S
BOOK MART
Hallandale Shopping Center
Next to Eckard'6 Drug
Unlimited Paper Backs
A Latest Hard Cover Books
DISCOUNTED
Phone 927-4602
Happy New Year To All
PHILLIPS
FVRNITVRE
YOU SHOULDI
pe Right Piece-
With the Right PriceJ
Cleveland St.,
Wone 927-1441
OpanFri.Eve.TII9
l'00 N. Federal Hwy. (U.S. 1
HOLLYWOOD Center of
19t> was not based on their Jew-
ishness but for their failure to
work in harmony with govern-
ment policy.
< oiiHpiniev Charged
The young man was impatient
when he was asked to reconcile
his Statements with the facts that
Poland broke off diplomatic rela-
tions with Israel immediately af-
ter the Six-Day War and that a
few days later Poland's Com-
munist Party Chief GomuOcs re-
fened to the Jews as a "fifth
column."
Despite his impatience, the edi-
tor also was reminded that after
the student riots early in 1968, Po-
land's media charged that the en-
tire protest movement was a Jew-
ish or Zionist conspiracy when
actually only a few of the in-
volved student leaders, professors
and writers were Jewish. Anti-
Zionism was a cloak for anti-Se-
mitism as Gomtilka himself indi-
cated when during the protest he
"invited" the "Zionist Jews" to
leave Poland. About 15,000 emi-
grated. Many of them held high
positions in political, economic,
scientific, industrial, cultural and
university life.
Nevertheless, the young editor
was unimpressed. "That's all over
now." he said. How lightly some
can dismiss injustice and tragedy
that lies so heavily in the breasts
Of others, his listener bought.
Since President Nixon was in
Warsaw When the massacre took
place at Israel's ljx\ Interna-
tional Airport May 30, the op-
portunity was taken to ask top
Polish officials for their reaction
to it, but despite promises from
two "spokesmen that a statement
would Ik- forthcoming, none came.
"We're too involved with the
President." one told the JTA re-
porter as he was about to board
an airplane. Still, the government
organ Tribyuna did run a detailed
article distributed by the official
polish Press Agency describing
the "massacre" which is much
inure than Pravda or Tass did.
Policy LeSS Harsh
In most respects, the Polish
government closely follows the
Soviet policy toward Israel hut
since Jewry has been virtually
eliminated in Poland it is less
harsh on the few that remain. The
tact that national community or-
ganizations are allowed is one ele-
ment of contrast.
Some restrictions exist on Jew-
Continued On Page ii-b
Holiday Greetings
to the Jewish (otnmunity
Tano*
*Of *^f
MANOR KOSHER FOOD CENTER
4620 HOLLYWOOD BLVD.
(Next to Winn Dixie)
Under strict super-
vision of Orthodox
Vaad Haskashruth of
Florida.
RABBI SHtLDON
fVCR, DIRECTOR.
Telephone 946-1155
Happy.Neu) Year To All.
FRANK MOORE
REALTY. INC.
COi. FRANK D. MOORE, President
NORMAN PLATT, Qeneral Manager

Ktmltor Multiple Ustimg Servks
2455 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood, Fla.
929-1902 Main Office
2515 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood, Fla
927-1414 Branch Office
^ A Happy New Year To All .
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Ijl OF HALLANDALE
|?) AT THE DIPLOMAT MALL
PERSONAL AND BUSINESS BANKING
EVERY MODERN BANKING SERVICE
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES
MEMBER FDIC FEDERAL RESERVE
TUTJT
NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO THE JEWISH COMMUNITY
FROM
Southeast Bank of Miramar
and the
Southeast Bank of Hollywood Hi
(Member FDIC)
SURF
5 & 10c STORES
DANIA
So. Fed. Hwy.
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1436
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OPKN 9 A.M. TO 9 P.M. DAILY
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MOVING AND STORAGE
No Charge For Our Quality Only For Service Rendered
LOCAL NATIONWIDE STORAGE
Agents For United Van Lines
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Agents for A-1 Class Moving and Storage
THE OFFICERS AND BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Phone 983-8520 5710 DEWEY STREET
New Year Greetings from Milton and Helen Corwin
ATLAS HANDBAGS, INC.
FACTORY SHOWROOM Open To The Public
2034 LEE ST., HOLLYWOOD 3 Blocks South of Sheridan
9-5 Daily 9-12 Saturday 923-32321
Manufacturers and Importers of Straw Handbags
A Happy New Year To All .
MIKE MICHAELS TROPIC CRAFT
ALUMINUM FURNITURE MANUFACTURERS, INC.
1B55 N.W. 1st Court, HaUaadale
Warehouse Shopping Center
Phone 920-0251
A Happy New Year To All .
DON PETERS
NEW DIPLOMAT MALL, HALLANDALE BEACH BLVD.
HALLANDALE Telephone 925-4378
THE ULTIMATE IN MEN'S FASHIONS
A Happy New Year To All .
SHALOM COIFFURES
1937 Harrison Street, Hollywood
Phone 927-1170
A Happy New Year To All .
THE BEATLE SHOP, INC.
V.W. Specialists
101 N.E. 1st Street, Dania -ft 922-0573
A Happy New Year To All .
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400 NORTH DIXIE HIGHWAY, HALLANDALE
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+Je*UtncrkJiar and Shofar of Hollywood
Friday, September 1, 1973
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Two Offices to Serve your Needs
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Phone 923-2461
Branch Office 7991 Johnson St.
Phone 966-9300 or 947-3332 Toll Free
Stanley S. Kurash Our Large Staff ofj
Naomi R. Kurash and Qualified Associates
Reedy To Serve You
Est. 1959
925-8643
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524-5582
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A Happy New Year To All .
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Mem Office
4514 H.Myw..d BJ.d
9*7-44*3 Miami (no toll) Dial 6244)111
Branch Office
7649 Hollywood Blvd
961-3 600 Miami (no toll) Dial 624-1641
HT of HOLLYWOOD HILLS'
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
TO THE JEWISH COMMUNITY
HILLEL COMMUNITY
DAY SCHOOL
RABBI DOV BIDNKK
1725 Monroe Street 921-3444
HEALTH & HAPPINESS FOR THE NEW YEAR
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The Year In Anglo-Jewry
Continued From Pa*e 8-B
the problem being a national and not a com-
munal one. I have a feeling that greedy land-
lords. Jews and non-Jews, will stay greedy
and exploit their tenants as long as housing la
not made a social service rather than a com-
modity subject to the laws of supply ind
demand.
In 5752. Orthodox groups, including the Ft*d-
eratkMl of Synagogues, a large and important
lynagogal group, left the board over clause 43
of the constitution, which was amended to
give progressive rabbis the opportunity to
advise the board on mattors concerning their
denomination. Hitherto, only the Orthodox
chief rabbi was the adviser to the board on
>-.i~ matters.
The progressive rabbis were not put or.
the same level a> the chief rabbi. Their advice
la supposed to be restricted to their own
religious eommunltiee. While this is general
nevertheless, the Orthodox groups left the
boai\r.
But they soon discovered that a British
institution over 200 years old does not :>'t
rattled over the departure of some of its
members, however distinguished or dedicated
The board remained the representative body
of British Jewry, while those who had left
the board remained without an effective voice
in communal affairs. Negotiations are row
afoot for their return, or the return of some
of them.
I should note that, for technical reason*, I
cannot wait until the last day of Elul. I ca.i
only promise that if something important
hapjK'ns between now and Rosh Hashanah I
will include it, all being well, in next yc-ar's
survey.
(c), 19TS. Jewish Telegraphic Acenry)
A Happy New Year To All
(HEZ PHYDEAUX
PET GROOMING
Jean E. Bull ft Virginia Teepferj
122 S. Federal Highway
Call 920-4700
Happy New Year -----
Pioneer Iron
Works Corp
Sptabling in Aluminum
and Ornamental Iran
923-0217
1>14 S. DIXIE MWY.
A Happy New Year To All
DR. and MRS.
HANS E. R. COHN
Parkway Prole aaional Bldg.
* 151 Miramer Parkway
Suite 215
Miramer, Ha. 32023
Phone 966-5700
A Happy New Year To All
35 YomorfWaReaparSomnej
clocks Foils Murals Orasaosj
At Big Discount*
MARSH BRLANO
WALLCAPERS, INC
4397 W HaRandale
each Boulevard
Hollywood, Ha. 33023
PHONE 961-0771
A Happy New Year To All
"THE MANE EVENT"
BEAUTY SALON
Your "Mane" Appearance is
our Main Concern
4230 Hollywod Boulevard
Hollywood
Owner Dotty Kushner
Phone 987-8440
A Happy New Year To All
ENGLISH
FISH & CHIPS
423S Hollywood Blvd.
Telephone 9*1-4441
A Happy Now Year To All
DIXIE CARPET
of HOLLYWOOD
HOWARD BADBt
2500 S.W. 30m Avenue
HeNendelo
Phono 922-35*7
A Happy New Year To All
LINOLEUM
CITY
OfOROff StVCRMAN
425 North Stele Rood 7
Hollywood
Telephone 961 -1189
A Happy New Year To A1<
EXECUTIVE
CLEANERS
Mr. ft Mrs. Norman Silverman
3810 S. Ocean Dr.
Hollywood
Telephone 927-3604
A Happy New Year To All
D & D Designers
& Decorators
2031 Tyler Street
Hollywood
Telephone 927-3101
A Happy New Year To All
The Village Square
Doggie Coiffures
RuseeM Zimmerman
2140 Tyler St., Hollywood
Telephone 927-3411
A Happy N*w Year To All
FRANKLIN LD7E
INSURANCE CO.
2435 HoMywsed thd.
nowywuooj
Dado* 947-0719
Broward: 923-0700
A Happy Now Year To All
ZINKIL
CARPET SALES
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2337 H. list Avenue
ll-Hinif J
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SMART SET
STYLING SALON
BETTY PtISCAJC
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Telephone: 9B 1-0*35


n
lay. September 1, 1972
VJmisii ncrkJH&n and Shofar of Hollywood
Page 11-B
Poland's Remnant Uimappvarina
( untinufil From Piie- -B
i emigration but any Jew was
[d to be uble to leuve without
iuh delay. On the other hand.
>les can only obtain exji visas by
eking to rejoin families. The
UiCj seems designed for Poland
tx" homogeneoi's.
Before World War II, an offi-
il candidly observed, Poland had
ge minorities of Ukrainians,
rrr.uns and Jews. These were
all troublesome. Border changes
and evacuations after the war ctis-
-Ijosed of most Ukrainians and
Germans. Concentration camps
eliminated the Jews.
Poles recognize they have a
Jewish question but their propa-
ganda treatment of it is quite dif-
ferent from the Soviet Union's.
For example, the Poles offered
visiting reiwrters their 834-page
tome in English "Righteous Among
Nations" whose jacket DMH the
Uogen David in blue on a white
field. Such "Zionist symbolism"
would be impossible in Soviet out-
put. This work, which carrk-s a
subtitle "How Poles Heljied the
Jius 19.19-45." was edited by
Wladyslnw Bartoszewski and
Zofia l.i-u m The jacket em|>ha-
sized he was decorated in Israel
for his work with Jews.
<>). 1972. Jb TllHtaufclU Aceacy)
( anUnued I rmi Page 1-B
the total Jewish ; In the elections for the recent
Mllst Congress. 700,000 Ameri-
n Jews formally ascribed to a
iel statement of consensus of
lat Zionism stands for. Known
The Jerusalem Program," it
I adopted at the 27th Zionist
ljrress in 1908. It defines the
]
I
What Is This Thing Called Zionism?
aims of Zionism as:
1. The unity of the Jewish people
and the centrality of Israel in
Jewish life.
2. The ingathering of the Jewish
people in its historic homeland.
Kretz Yisrael, (Land of Israeli
through aliyah from all coun-
tries.
X The strengthening of the State
<>f Israel which is based on the
prophetic vision of justice and
peace.
4 The preservation of the iden-
tity of the Jewish people
through the fostering of Jew-
ish and Hebrew education and
of Jewish spiritual and cultural
values.
5 The protection of Jewish rights
everywhere.
A Happy New Year To All .
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"Hollywood Fashion Square"
Hollywood Blvd. and 441, Hollywood
Phone 966-2650
Mon. Sat. 8 A.M. til 9 P.M. Son. 10 A.M. till 5 P.M.
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
Phone 929-0065 Incomparable Values
THE FASHION STOCKROOM
SPORTSWEAR DRESSES PANT SUITS
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202 N.E. 1st Avenue (Off Hallandale Blvd.)
Hallandale, Florida
COZE BEAUTY SALON
3001 South Ocean Drive, Hollywood
Galahad North Bldg. 927-5862
WISHES ALL A HAPPY AND
HEALTHY HOLIDAY .
Sun lighting
LAMP & SHADE
CENTER
DIPLOMAT MALL
1725 E. Hallandale Beach Blvd
Hallandale
Phone 925-7727
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Barber
Happy Holidays From .
THE DEM DEN
Restaurant Bakery
Appetizing Catering
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK!
9 A.M. 'til Midnight
Fridays 'til 1 A.M.
Saturdays 'til 2 A.M.
961-4070
Post Haste Shopping Center
Sheridan St. at 46th Ave.
Hollywood
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5832 WASHINGTON AVE., HOLLYWOOD 983-2497
jreace, BANK OF HALLANDALE
AND TRUST COMPANY
Ml EAST BEACH BOULEVARD
Telephone: 922-7501 (Brow.rd)
949-4111 (Dade)
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
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A Happy New Year To All .
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FURNITURE SHOPS OUR 59th YEAR
Ft. Lauderddle Showroom
52A. N.E. ,6th Ay*, com AUFederer Hwy.
PHONE: 763-4508
Open Monday 'til 9 P.M.
Hollywood Showroom
2216 Hollywood Blvd.
PHONE: 922-3492
Open Friday 'til 9 P.M.
A Happy New Year To All .
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At The New Diplomat Mall, Kettendale Be** Blvd., Hallandale
For Yew Leisurely Dining Out 4 The Meeting Place To Eat
Featuring Quality Cold Cuts (Kosher Style)
SALADS HOT PLATTERS DAJftY DISHES
A Snack or a Meal! let Us Cater Your Parties Meetings
Lex and Bagel Breakfasts No Order Too Small
Open 7 Days
Phone 920-3322
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REPAIR WORK ALL DONE ON PREMISES
NEW YEAR
GREETINGS
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ACROSS FROM SROWARD HIGH SCHOOL
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A Happy New Year To All .
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DELICATESSEN & RESTAURANT
COMPLETE TAKE OUT DEPT.
AND BUFFET CATERING
HOLLYWOOD FASHION CENTER
(Next to Richards)
OPEN 7 DAYS 983-7000
A Happy New Year To All .
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PROTECT YOUR JEWELS !
Have Them Appraised by State Diamond & Jewelry Appraisers
WHILE YOU WAIT
119 N. 20 Ave 923-2372 Hollywood
GOOD HEALTH FOR THE COMING YEAR
POST HAS IE PHARMACY
4401 Sheridan Street 989-6524
HILLW00D CHEMISTS
100 N. 46 Avenue 987-8000
PRESCRIPTIONS DRUGS GIFTS
A Happy New Year To All .
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Flowers for all Occasions
Ceramics Greenware Firing and Instruction for Beginners
6 N.W. 1st Ave., Dania
922-8051
Sundays, Holidays, After-hours 922-1566 or 922-3197
A Happy New Year To All .
IMPERIAL TOWERS BEAUTY SALON
"Complete Beauty Care"
1801 S. Ocean Drive. Hallandale 925-0122
A Happy New Year To All .
HALLANDALE BEACH CITG0 SERVICE
4112 S. Ocean Drive, Hallandale
Phone 925-8344 BOB FOSS

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